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Removal of SORBS checking?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by floppyfringe, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. floppyfringe

    floppyfringe Active Member

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    A number of clients are complaining that servers are listed as dynamic when they are static. sorbs.net seems to be dead.

    Any tips as to how to disable any checking of all sorbs blacklists?
     
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    cPanelJared Technical Analyst

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    In a default configuration, Exim on cPanel servers does not check SORBS. You can configure it to check SpamHaus and SpamCop blacklists in Main >> Service Configuration >> Exim Configuration Editor, but Exim does not normally check SORBS unless some type of custom configuration has been done.
     
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    floppyfringe Active Member

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    Sorry I didn't realise there would be different setups, but SpamAssassin is checking SORBS and I'd prefer it didn't check SORBS. This isn't the first time SORBS has dropped one!

    Can I just check SpamAssassin doesn't check another blacklist called Backscatterer.org ?

    Thanks
     
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