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On Thu, 2010-10-07 at 08:56 -1000, Alexandre Chapellon wrote:
on getting delisted at SORBS.
> At least they give a time window :) Try to know why you're listed at
> barracuda: This is true pain!
This is not correct. Barracuda offer a 24 hour phone service when you
can speak to a real person should you have an issue. Getting delisted is
simple but ongoing offenders can simply forget it.
> Indeed no IP should be blacklisted undefinitely... at least without
> checking regularily.
I don't agree. An IP that hops on and off lists should stay ON until the
blocklist operator is satisfied that no further abuse will come from it.
Hoping on and off as spammers/esp's run around a ring of IP's for a few
weeks defeats the point somewhat.
As for SORBS, the easy way to get delisted and quit whining about how
long it takes, is to *not* get listed in the first place. It's really a
case of actions have consequences. Not careful in your output, don't
expect any sympathy.