Mailing List SIMS@mail.stalker.com Message #6032
From: Richard Johnson <rdump@river.com>
Subject: Re: adding dialup IPs to Blacklists
Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 09:39:31 -0600
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
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At 11:46 -0600 on 5/19/00, Mike Yrabedra wrote:
> on 5/19/00 1:40 PM, Tod Fitch at tod@LTFdesign.com wrote:
>
> > ... I set mine to:
> >
> > 127.0.0.1-127.0.0.255
> >
> > To block everything.
> >
> > Anyway, you will have to upgrade from v1.7 to do this. So far v1.8b8 have
> > been very stable for me and from what I can tell for others on this list.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Tod Fitch
>
>
> I run an online store that gets orders via email. Will setting up the above
> , cause some of my customer's orders not to go through?


Yes, some of your customer's orders might be blocked, just as other legitimate
mail might be blocked.

In general, the best DNS-based blacklists to use for an e-commerce system are
the MAPS RBL and MAPS DUL.  The DUL will block less legitimate mail than any
other list, but you probably need the RBL to avoid the blatantly unrepentant
spam houses.  In such a situation, you will want to be more careful about
using DNS-based blacklists of open relays.

In the end, however, you will proably want to whitelist your customer's order
email addresses.  SIMS can do this quite nicely.  That frees you up to protect
your regular addresses with MAPS RBL, MAPS DUL, MAPS RSS, and perhaps even
ORBS.


> Is there a list of individual IPs or domains that are notorious for spamming
> that I can put in my blacklist instead?


If you want confirmed and unrepentant notoriety, look to the MAPS RBL.


Richard

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