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> Declan Moriarty <> said on 13 December 2005 07:44:
>> > Is there a tool/utility for reporting spam to the appropiate
> > blocklists? Each of them seems to list from a particular
> > perspective, and I wonder if there was any organised way of
> > reporting to them automagically.
>> As far as I am aware no such tool exists, though there are a
> number of tools that hook into some of the DNSBLs
>> If you report spam to the more important DNSBLs it will probably
> filter it's way down.. If you are using collabarative tools such
> as DCC, razor and pyzor it can also help
>> I'd report to spamcop.net and URIBL.com
I have dcc and razor running - pyzor I found very inneffective,
and just don't bother with.
I started thinking like that - just spamcop- and perhaps sorbs, or
one more. But najbl, & surbl are giving me more spam hits than spamcop
or uribl. Maybe this is because I am on iol.ie/esat.net/btireland, which
checks a few on it's own.
NTL forwards any rubbish, and I still collect from ntl for
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