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On Thu, 2010-10-28 at 14:13 +0300, ΠΠΎΠΊΠΎΡΠΈΠ»Π΅Π½ΠΊΠΎ ΠΠΎΡΡΠΈΠΊ wrote:
> > I have an automated script that runs over all of our mail servers log
> > files daily searching for IP's that send to
> > known spamtrap addresses and also on my private server (this domain),
> > addresses that never existed, and can't exist (marked as 'baduser' in
> > our adduser scripts), those it finds are automatically entered into
> > our local DNSBL which is used by other Uni's, ISP's and corporations
> > over here, publicly accessible, but not advertised. I get a daily diff
> > so I see the new entries, but I don't review/host/whois them, its just
> > an interesting "count how many new entries" really and its typically 8
> > to 15 a day, and, AFAIC, they can stay in there forever because they
> > are clearly miscreants.
> Supporting own BL is too much effort for many tasks.
This was created because there are many many front end smtp servers,
saved replicating access lists across all,
once it is setup, it runs itself.