underspell at gmail
Jun 13, 2012, 3:11 PM
Post #4 of 4
On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 10:11 PM, Benny Pedersen <me [at] junc> wrote:
Re: [Bug 6806] New: Public Blacklist for Email addresses
[In reply to]
> Den 2012-06-13 22:43, Jose Borges Ferreira skrev:
>> You can consider http://www.dkim-**reputation.org/<http://www.dkim-reputation.org/> that goes a
>> step forward.
> not sure here
> I was referring to the fact that is not limited to freemail domains but to
all domains that support DKIM. DKIM can assure that email is from the
domain it claims to be.
> Not truly sure about the project status and/or the quality of that
>> reputation they provide but, at least, you can take a look on the SA
>> plugin they provide.
> it needs more public testing works, both on client and server side to be
> usefull, currently the sa plugin supports more then one dkim-rep server to
> be queried, but there is no public source to support it
> The original email from Frank asked:
"build a hash code for each email address and put this code on a blacklist,
but how can this handeled by SpamAssassin?" .
The dkim-reputation project has solve that problem and the SA plugins they
provide show how can it be handled.
Build a reputation system is a completely different thing, although the
opendkim project (started in version 2.5.0 ) has some simple implementation
of a reputation system.