Jeff G. Posted June 1, 2005 Share Posted June 1, 2005 (edited) The following is from the Blacklists / Blacklist Filters page, in its secure and insecure forms, modified in form for posting here: Select the DNS Zone blacklists you want to use. DNS blacklists are used by SpamCop to identify possible spamming IP addresses or misconfigured mail relays. Only the SpamCop blacklist is run by SpamCop. All others are run by independent third parties with no connection to SpamCop and have their own criteria for who to list. The default selection is to query only the SpamCop list. To potentially stop even more spam, try one or more of the other lists. The more lists you use, the higher the potential that legitimate email will be blocked. [B]DNS Blacklist DNS Zone Website[/B] ------------- -------- ------- SpamCop Blacklist bl.spamcop.net www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml SPEWS level 1 l1.spews.dnsbl.sorbs.net www.spews.org DSBL open relays list.dsbl.org dsbl.org Spamhaus Blacklist sbl.spamhaus.org www.spamhaus.org/sbl/ South Korea (the country) korea.services.net korea.services.net China (the country) cn.rbl.cluecentral.net www.cluecentral.net/rbl/ Nigeria nigeria.blackholes.us www.blackholes.us Argentina argentina.blackholes.us www.blackholes.us Brazil brazil.blackholes.us www.blackholes.us Composite Blocking List cbl.abuseat.org cbl.abuseat.org Spamhaus XBL xbl.spamhaus.org www.spamhaus.org/xbl/ SORBS DNSbl dnsbl.sorbs.net www.dnsbl.sorbs.net I am using all the blacklists except South Korea (korea.services.net, only because I can't whitelist bigfoot.com's mailservers in that country). Edited June 1, 2005 by Jeff G. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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