On Die, 2004-11-30 at 15:31 +0000, Paul Howarth wrote: > Having reverse DNS with a non-generic-looking name is also a good way of > demonstrating that the IPs are static rather than dynamic. I have that. > Last week, over on SPAM-L, an Israeli ISP listed their dynamic IP range and > *requested* that everyone block it until they could get their outgoing port 25 > block in place. Great, what does this prove? > As the OP actually has a static IP, the real solution for that should be to > get the incorrect listings fixed, rather than stopping using dynamic IP lists > altogether. It would be more useful to implement SPF and block every domain that does not designate senders. Tom -- T h o m a s Z e h e t b a u e r ( TZ251 ) PGP encrypted mail preferred - KeyID 96FFCB89 finger [email protected] for key Nirvana: Zustand des Gluecks durch Ausloeschung des Selbst.
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