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Re: Anti-spam WG Amsterdam 23 Feb 2000

  • To: Paul Wouters < >
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  • Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 11:40:34 +0100
  • Cc: RIPE anti-spam < >

> You might want to put "ORBS, RBL, and other blacklist systems and their
> consequences" on the list as topic, if not covered in some of the general
> items mentioned.

Good idea, imho.
 
> - How much are these systems in use? (Do Ripe members use them?)

I personally use RBL and ORBS (that latter with a method to circumvent it)

> Ps. We're one of the few, if not the only system that is on
> the ORBS blacklist while ORBS has "tested" us and confirmed
> we don't relay :)

The ORBS website says the following about bone.xtdnet.nl:

Database Check - 194.229.18.5 

        194.229.18.5 is in our manually maintained database for the
        following reason:

        open relay, blocking the ORBS tester. (25 January 2000)

        If this problem has been fixed, please E-mail
        StaticListings@localhost to be removed from the database.

Maybe you should contact this address (I hope they're not using ORBS to
filter Email there :). They should have a sample of an open relay test
message on file, possibly together with spam sent through your relay.

-- 
#!perl -pl	# This kenny-filter is virus-free as long as you don't copy it
$p=3-2*/[a-eg-lnoq-z]/i;s{([a-z]{$p})}{vec($f=($p-1?chr(sub{$_[0]*9+$_[1]*3+$_
[2]}->(split'',(($m=lc$1)=~tr/mpf/012/,$m))+97):join'',(qw(m p f))[map{((ord$1
)%32-1)/$_%3}(9,3,1)]),5,1)="a"le$1;$f}gie;		   # Jan-Pieter Cornet




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