On Wed, 01 Mar 2006, Paul Jakma wrote:
> FWIW, I have two sets of DNSBLs I Use:
>> a) DNSBLs that I use to reject email (using sendmail's built-in
>> b) DNSBLs that I use to tag email with (using rbl-milter. It also
> uses set a, because it can check previous relays in the header
> SpamCop is most definitely a 'b' candidate DNSBL - never an 'a'. If you
> don't understand why, you shouldn't be using SpamCop.
Would anyone care to recommend any good 'a' candidate lists? Would you
consider these to be 'a' lists?
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