enigma1 Posted August 13, 2010 Share Posted August 13, 2010 Some of the IPs I checked on the spamcop ip tracking page show: listed in dnsbl.sorbs.net ( 127.0.0.10 ) For 127.0.0.10 the sorbs online docs say about dynamic IPs that are behind the range and imply that the ISP is responsible for the problem not the IP itself. In fact it is one of the codes from the sorbs queries that I cannot rely on because of that, I get more false positives than anything else. So just to confirm when it shows in spamcop tracking it is the same thing. (the dul zone) TIA Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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