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From Benny Pedersen ...@junc.org>
Subject Re: Need help running SA in a (comparative) anti-spam test
Date Sun, 29 Nov 2009 16:24:26 GMT
On søn 29 nov 2009 12:59:32 CET, Jonas Eckerman wrote
> I'd assume that a big ISP using SA (and wants the best from SA  
> install) would pay to use the better DNSBLs.

ask recipient if a isp does a well good job of stopping spam to ones  
inbox, payed dnsbl or not :=)

shared rbl listes is silly, since ip is also ham or atleast spam is  
not bound to ip only, thats why bayes track alot of parts in a mail to  
destingt it

uribl is another better way to check spam, since its based on content  
not just a spamming / hamming ip

spammers belive hey lets use a ip as hostname to bypass domain blacklists :)

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xpoint


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