On 09/06/05, Juan Villavicencio <juancarlos at ateneasoluciones.com> wrote:
> help me, please, i have a aserver with fedora core 3 with sendmail and adsl
> at adsl, but each 3 days, abuse put my ip in black list, then i visit the
> web page and claim delete.. why?? i do not make spam.. my server not send
> spam, i see mqueue and the broad band is low, no hackers, no virus at my
> linux box..., i search info at abl.abuseat.org, but nothing. see below:
Do you have any Windows PCs on your network that can send mail
directly out to the Internet and get the same NATed address as your
mail server does? If so, I'd be looking for a virus on one of them. It
looks like spam is being sent from your IP address and being collected
in spam traps.
Senderbase is claiming your mail volume is up 443% over the last 30 days:
CBL has you listed again:
IP Address 188.8.131.52 was found in the CBL.
It was detected at 2005-06-09 18:00 GMT (+/- 30 minutes).
It has been relisted following a previous removal at 2005-06-08 13:51 GMT
OpenRBL shows you listed on one other RBL, AUDNSBL (spam trap):
DNS stuff shows you listed on one more (slightly obscure) RBL which I
wouldn't worry about:
Result for 184.108.40.206: "IP from a region we have chosen to block"
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