giles at coochey
Jan 23, 2012, 4:30 AM
Post #3 of 3
I would look at getting a datafeed:
Out of interest, how much
volume of email are you processing to experience this?
Are you sharing
your external IP with any other of your ISP customers? Does your ISP do
anything strange with DNS queries?
On 2012-01-23 12:22, Tom Kinghorn
> Good afternoon list.
> Please could someone explain the
> 0.0 URIBL_BLOCKED ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE: The query to
URIBL was blocked.
http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/DnsBlocklists#dnsbl-block  for
> The link shows:
> A: DNS-Blocklists often run
on the "free for some" model and/or they may limit the number of queries
you can perform to maximize resources.
> If you were directed to
this link from a rule description, then you have a DNS-Blocklist that is
purposefully blocking your queries.
> Resolving the block might be
as simple as using your own caching nameserver to avoid being lumped
together with other users queries; setting up your own mirror of the
DNS-blocklist; or paying to use the blocklist. The choice is up to the
> SpamAssassin  supports the "free
for some" model since it works for the majority of SpamAssassin 
installations. However, we do not support methodologies that
purposefully return wrong answers and those DNS-Blocklists will be
disabled by default.
> The following blocklist providers have
implemented a Block Notification Rule with SpamAssassin :
> URIBL http://www.uribl.com/ 
> Okay, so my question is, How can I
rectify this as we use our own caching servers already?
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