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Re: What is that rbl Eric?
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 05:39:49PM -0400 or thereabouts, Danny Sauer wrote:
> That's precisely why I don't use RBLs exclusively. I use RBLs, but
> they're just part of the scoring process in SpamAssasin. The default
> weights are a little low for me, though, so I normally bump them up a
> little so that places that are listed in more than 2 or 3 go over the
> default threshold.
I only use spamassassin as a last resort, and in fact, have not used it
for the last 9 months, because I have implemented RBLs, <g> I prefer
blocking at the SMTP level rather then using CPU cycles for SA in the box.
SA is cool though.. All toll, I have a multilevel system for spam defense,
and this has worked extremely well for me.
> Now if I could just dedicate some time to integrating spamc with postfix
> instead of having to deliver through procmail (or having to run two
> instances of postfix, which is just ugly, IMHO). :(
Yes, the downside ... but my downside is maintenance on my own RBL..
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