OT: fighting rbl's
thomasz at hostmaster.org
Tue Nov 30 19:39:05 UTC 2004
On Die, 2004-11-30 at 16:52 +0800, HaJo Schatz wrote:
> I'd in the first instance ask myself why my IP got into their list. You
> wouldn't have had your server open for public relay in the past (or
> still), would you? I believe tackling the root cause should be the first
The RBL providers _assuming_ the range my IP is in to be 1) dynamic 2)
for residential customers.
I have _never_ run a public relay and almost certainly never will.
> > I first thought of a cronjob to nag the removal contact about once per
> > hour, but I doubt this account does ever get read.
> With this attitude I understand why your IP is in black-lists ;-)
What do you do against blackmailers that are out of your legal and
> Yepp. On top, you may talk to the final receipient and inform him about
> the unprofessional mail admin (if this is really true, see above) he's
> paying fees to. His voice to an ISPs mail admin will be stronger than
My current problem is that I cannot post to postfix-users at postfix.org, I
have already mailed Wietse but got no response.
> > Reciprocally blocking their domain from delivering here?
> Which would put you on the same level of mail admin you claim they are...
I would only prevent them to send a mail to which they cannot get an
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There's too much blood in my caffeine system.
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