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Re: ISP being blocked by us

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  • mouss
    ... or at least, set a decent score. I doubt the default config has these scores. also, use dnswl to skip checking whitelisted IPs. see dsnwl.org. ... how?
    Message 1 of 8 , Jun 27, 2009
      Ignacio Garcia a écrit :
      > Jorey Bump escribió:
      >> Ignacio Garcia wrote, at 06/26/2009 08:38 AM:
      >
      >>> FROM/MX_MATCHES_NOT_HELO(DOMAIN)=2.9 CLIENT_NOT_MX/A_FROM_DOMAIN=9.1
      >> Both of these rules are absurd. An MX record is only relevant when
      >> determining the destination for a domain's email. It has *nothing* to do
      >> with relaying to other sites. You should remove these silly checks.
      >

      or at least, set a decent score. I doubt the default config has these
      scores.

      also, use dnswl to skip checking whitelisted IPs. see dsnwl.org.

      >
      >
      >
      > yeah. To be honest, I was thinking the same, but since this problem has
      > appeared only once in 5 years, I guess I was too lazy to get into the
      > policyd-weight script and modify it to disable those tests. I just
      > finally did.
      >
      > Nevertheless, terra.es seems to have some dns problems.
      > ix.dnsbl.manitu.net confirms it. They should fix their problems as well.
      >

      how? like many large ISPs, they relay both ham and spam. Blocking
      outbound spam is a hard problem.

      > Thanks to everybody
      >
      > Ignacio
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