Re: (Spamcop) [firstname.lastname@example.org: J.T. Sterlings Daily Special
> > On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 04:58, Jason Lim wrote:
> > > > I must say that I strongly support Spamcop. Unlike some of the
> > > > "block lists" that are run by unknown and possibly shady people
> > >
> > > So is their black list up and working again? I used to use their
> > blacklist
> > > but then it suddenly stopped working...
> > >
> > > --
> > It is working... (i don't know how long ago you were talking about
> > we've only used their list for a month or so).
> About a week or two ago it suddenly stopped working. It wasn't long
> ORBZ disappeared so I figured that they'd just cancelled it. Maybe it
> just a network outage.
> I'll try it again.
Maybe it was the mass of ORBZ users looking for an alternative that
clogged the system ;-) We use qmail and it's internal rblsmtpd program has
a timeout so even if it is slow or doesn't work, mail goes through as
usual (just a small SMTP slowdown... but may not be acceptable on a very
busy mailserver with hundreds of simultaneous connections).
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