Hey Friends of Spamdyke, and Hello Sam, Godfather of spam blocking!
so far and the only false positives i get are delivered using accounts
from m$, yahoo, gmx, web.de, t-online. Not many false positives though,
but there are some. But i cant block their mailservers.
I will give barracudecentral a try.
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Betreff: Re: [spamdyke-users] RBLs
Von: Sam Clippinger <s...@silence.org>
An: spamdyke users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Datum: Sonntag, 9. März 2014 20:21:03
> I only use b.barracudacentral.org, zen.spamhaus.org and
> fresh.spameatingmonkey.com, plus my private list that's generated by the
> hunter_seeker script. My logs from just today show Barracuda is responsible
> for 90% of the RBL rejections. Spamhaus generated 10% and Spam Eating Monkey
> is 0%. My private list has blocked about 4.5 times more connections today
> than the DNS RBLs.
> Lutz, I don't understand your animosity towards Barracuda Central, but my own
> experience has shown it's a very effective list. Looking at the to/from
> addresses on the connections it's blocked today, I'd say those connections
> were all spam. When I install a new server for a customer and they begin
> complaining about spam, I add b.barracudacentral.org and the complaints stop.
> When one of my customers' email accounts is compromised and used for sending
> spam, Barracuda is usually the second RBL to notice (CBL is almost always
> first). When I request delisting, it's usually done within a few hours.
> Obviously your experience has been different, but I have no complaints.
> -- Sam Clippinger
> On Mar 9, 2014, at 8:30 AM, Gary Gendel <g...@genashor.com> wrote:
>> I tend to agree. The lists I've chosen have been the result of many
>> years of tuning. Actually shlink.org wasn't even in my radar and isn't
>> on many of the multi-rbl test sites so I need to test it.
>> I'd be curious to hear about Sam's blacklist setup.
>> On 03/09/2014 09:24 AM, Dossy Shiobara wrote:
>>> Again, as I said: this is from my own personal experience, but after
>>> having started using since 2 Dec 2013, it's consistently been giving
>>> good results, and I have yet to encounter a single false positive.
>>> I'm not saying anyone else should use the DNSBL, but I will say that
>>> anyone who blindly listens to my or your assertions without doing their
>>> own testing ... gets exactly what they deserve.
>>> On 3/9/14 3:54 AM, Lutz Petersen wrote:
>>>>> Funny, based on my own empirical evidence, Barracuda Central's DNSBL
>>>>>> yields the best results.
>>>> 99% of this Hits are false positives:
>>>>>> 6956 81.35% b.barracudacentral.org
>>>> You are talking simply nonsense !
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