Liste de diffusion Message #14920
De: Charles Mangin <>
Sujet: Re: sending to blacklisted domains
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 08:13:45 -0500
A: SIMS Discussions <>
X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.619.2)
I don't think so, exactly. I believe that if you blacklist a *domain* (i.e. map it to 'error' in the router) there is no override. The above works to accept mail being offered from addresses on the IP blacklist or in a DNSBL.

Nope. Blacklisting of a domain affects mail passing through the server, period. There is no generalized 'inbound' and 'outbound' differentiation.

As far as I know, there is no way in SIMS to override a domain-based blacklisting.

thanks, bill. that's what i was afraid of. i've been routing domains and TLDs to error for a while now, in addition to the DNSBLs i subscribe to, since i started running SIMS a couple years ago. i have a huge list now, and some of them are probably no longer sources of spam and/or viruses. the reason i asked was that i had to correspond with someone about an ebay auction, and their domain was blacklisted in my router list. i found a lot of older entries that i hadn't commented why they were there.

i guess this means i'll have to go in and clean up that list and start over.

             charles mangin | Alpha Geek and Chief Mental Hygienist | What's that watermelon doing there? |

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