Re: More sorbs blacklisting [signed]
On Tue, 20 Jun 2006 13:02:37 +0300, Boris Pavlov <email@example.com>
>all we do is to tremble, make enourmous efforts to blacklist and
>whitelist, to graylist, pinklist, redlist, bluelist, pornlist, gaylist,
>viagralist ... consider making "goodlist" - it seems that if not at the
>moment, but in the near future, this will be the shortest one.
My 1-2-3 scheme described in a previous mail works as a virtual
The key is strict forward/reverse DNS matching. If anyone wants to
send me mail, they have to identify themselves with an unambiguous DNS
That is my minimum criteria for any admin expecting to get their mail
delivered. When more recipient admins enforce that tough stance, more
clueless sender admins will get the clue. ;-)
Once I know their DNS name, it's easier to decide whether they are
"good" or not.