In article <9bd624ba-acfd-7bb0-def0-87b89165a...@keycodes.com> you write: >> Spamhaus lists that IP as a "courtesy SBL listing" -- presumably at the >> request of the IP's owner. Here are other IPs Spamhaus lists as a courtesy: >> >> https://www.spamhaus.org/sbl/listings/courtesy.spamhaus.org > >So how exactly does that work? The address holder contacts Spamhaus and >says something like, "Hello, Spamhaus. I'm a notorious and deliberate >spammer and plan on sending several metric tons of spam from the >following IPs. Could you please list these IPs as a courtesy to my >potential victims? OK thanks, bye" and then they do so?
Pretty much. Why do you ask? I presume you noticed that all of the courtesy listings are for the same provider, which happens to be the world's largest web hoster. R's, John _______________________________________________ mailop mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://chilli.nosignal.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mailop