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    Default Recomended RBL servers to use on a new installed?

    i use Multi-RBL Check Results | The Anti-Abuse Project
    to check my mail server ip address: found 2

    i have crrected the problem, and have requested removal!

    i just found out that i am not useing any RBL

    I went into zimbra web-admin, GlobalSettings, MTA, DNS Check:

    no rbl was listed,
    how to i add come to it?
    how to find RBL to add?
    what is the recommended list to use?
    How mush is the max to add?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbifido View Post
    no rbl was listed,
    how to i add come to it?
    Add it in the Admin UI.

    Quote Originally Posted by fbifido View Post
    how to find RBL to add?
    You can search the internet for recommendations.

    Quote Originally Posted by fbifido View Post
    what is the recommended list to use?
    There is no 'recommended' list, you can use what suits you and that you find effective. You could start with the 'zen' RBL fro spamhaus.

    Quote Originally Posted by fbifido View Post
    How mush is the max to add?
    As many as you can put in there but really, you should only need three or four at most (you can find recommended ones from an internet search, as I mentioned above). The ones you add should be in the order of the most effective one first and then lesser effective ones down the list - 'effective' in this context means for your server in your environment.
    Regards


    Bill


    Acompli: A new adventure for Co-Founder KevinH.

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    If you are small enough that you can use it for free, or willing to pay for it, I highly recommend Spamhaus.org's RBLs. They (along with one provided by our anti-spam vendor Sophos) are the only ones are trust enough to block, not just use for scoring.

    We've been using and paying for Spamhaus's list for years.
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    Paul Chauvet
    State University of New York at New Paltz

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    I use 'b.barracudacentral.org' as one of my RBL's. It's free, but you need to register your mta IP.

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