On 2 March 2018 at 07:53, MRob <mro...@insiberia.net> wrote: > On 2018-03-02 07:24, Dominic Raferd wrote: >> >> For external rbls this is what I currently use (extract from >> smtpd_recipient_restrictions list in main.cf, not postscreen), I have >> not been made aware of any false positives in a long time. Suggestions >> for improvement welcome: >> >> ... >> reject_rbl_client bad.psky.me=127.0.0.3 > > > https://www.spamhaus.org/organization/statement/015/fraudulent-dnsbl-uncovered-protected-sky-bad.psky.me
Thanks - I have now removed this from my configuration. Upon checking I find that it didn't pick up anything in the last few months anyway, which is perhaps unsurprising. > >> reject_rhsbl_helo dbl.spamhaus.org > > > Doesn't zen contain everything you need from spamhaus? > zen.spamhaus.org holds ip addresses, dbl.spamhaus.org holds domain names, so they are different - hence dbl catches a few that zen misses. I no longer get blocks from noptr.spamrats.com, presumably because I now use reject_unknown_reverse_client_hostname earlier in the restriction list. So noptr.spamrats.com could come out.