Re: [SAtalk] RBL-PLUS screws with SA intent

2003-06-19 Thread Daniel Quinlan
Jason Haar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 Has anyone using rbl-plus got a better way of integrating it with SA other
 than manually separating it back out into separate DUL, RSS, etc feeds again?

 The problem with rbl-plus is that it lists all DUL,RSS,etc DNS domains
 within it's one domain - which means that when you activate RCVD_IN_RBL in
 SA, you end up with SA tagging as spam messages sent from DUL users via
 their home company to you. SA only thinks it's doing RBL lookups - not DUL
 - but with rbl-plus it's actually doing both.

 I was wondering if there's a way to tell SA to ignore RBL matches if the
 returned IP address is 127.1.0.2 - which is the one assosiated with DUL?

SA 2.60 will have RBL+ rules that you can use (uncomment them and
comment out the standard MAPS rules).  The syntax of the rules is
different, so unless you're willing to figure out how to use them in
2.55, you might as well just wait.

And yes, since I don't have RBL+, I have no idea whether they'll
actually work, so if you want to try 2.60-cvs and see if it works now,
it might not be a bad idea.

Daniel

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[SAtalk] RBL-PLUS screws with SA intent

2003-06-17 Thread Jason Haar
Hi there

Has anyone using rbl-plus got a better way of integrating it with SA other
than manually separating it back out into separate DUL, RSS, etc feeds again?

The problem with rbl-plus is that it lists all DUL,RSS,etc DNS domains
within it's one domain - which means that when you activate RCVD_IN_RBL in
SA, you end up with SA tagging as spam messages sent from DUL users via
their home company to you. SA only thinks it's doing RBL lookups - not DUL
- but with rbl-plus it's actually doing both.

I was wondering if there's a way to tell SA to ignore RBL matches if the
returned IP address is 127.1.0.2 - which is the one assosiated with DUL?

[man, could I use any more acronyms? (AKA: MCIUAMA?)]

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