Matt Rudge writes:
> Since our company introduced incoming mail checking against the
> ORDB, I've been unable to receive any mail from the list. The
> logfile shows that the linux.ie mail server is listed in the ORDB
It was listed in ORDB, for largely spurious reasons - there was a
theoretical vulnerability in lugh's mail server, which has now been
I've resubmitted the server to ORDB for testing; it should be gone
from the database shortly.
I wouldn't really use the ORDB to block email; they've been way too
zealous in the past about including systems with vulnerabilities which
are only theoretical or very difficult to explout.
Colm Buckley | colm at tuatha.org | +353 87 2469146 | www.colm.buckley.name
Gotta run. Neighbours just sighted Elvis making crop circles.
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