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Have to find that old discussion about changing / adding in the nerd.dk list then ....

If you're asking me, then I will state that I don't think that there's a direct connection. blackholes.us only gets updated so often, therefore the copy used for the e-mail filters would only get updated after that, so there's plenty of time in between a new spam source showing up / IP address/block going active and getting picked up and listed ....

After I report an IP it seems to be/get quickly blocked

I remember sending concerns at getting too many spam passing from countries like China that I have blocked. This turned out to be our country blocklist going belly-up. Again for me the very most delinquent spam country is Brazil with a high percentage of spam and or websites being there

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http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1410315830zd...37fc8d3d4faad6z

201.80.64.60 (Administrator of network where email originates)

To: virtua[at]virtua.com.br (Notes)

COMITE GESTOR DA INTERNET NO BRASIL

BLOCK IP (as always)

200.128.0.0

to

201.95.255.255

More Brazil leaking

http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1410315840ze...6eda92e079df54z

Re: 201.24.40.213 (Administrator of network where email originates)

To: mail-abuse[at]cert.br (Notes)

To: abuse[at]noc.brasiltelecom.net.br (Notes)

To: postmaster#brasiltelecom.net.br[at]devnull.spamcop.net (Notes)

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Petzl,

The following announcement appeared today on the SC webmail login page:

Aug 27, 2007

[16:50 EDT] During a system upgrade this afternoon, we made a change which let a lot of spam slip through the filters. We are aware of the issue and have fixed things so they should be back to normal. We apologize about the inconvenience.

so...your post about another Brazil leak is probably directly attributable to that issue.

DT

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The following announcement appeared today on the SC webmail login page:

so...your post about another Brazil leak is probably directly attributable to that issue.

Thanks

Must of put the announcement up after I logged in?

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