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From:Dan Nelson Date:January 13 2004 4:37pm
Subject:Re: Mysql listed in spamcop?
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In the last episode (Jan 13), colbey@stripped said:
> 
> This may have been mentioned.. I have not been recieving message for 12+
> hours now.. And it appears:
> 
> Jan 13 01:23:49 cyclone tcplog: smtp connection attempt from 213.136.52.31
> Jan 13 01:23:50 cyclone sendmail[10674]: ruleset=check_relay,
> arg1=lists2.mysql.com, arg2=213.136.52.31, relay=lists2.mysql.com
> [213.136.52.31], reject=553 5.3.0 Spam blocked see:
> http://spamcop.net/bl.shtml?213.136.52.31
> 
> Somehow the mysql mailserver got listed in spamcop?

You shouldn't be using spamcop as a blacklist.  Spamcop has a very low
spam threshold, and large sites get autolisted multiple times a month,
and are usually removed quickly.  It's better used as an indicator of
spam along with other tests.  For example, spamcop hits are 1.5 points
in Spamassassin's ranking (4 points = spam).

-- 
	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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