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    Posted: 24 May 2005 at 10:58am

Instead of using this new function, why can't I just put the blacklist of all spam domain names in my Keyword filter?

In this way, if an email contains any reference to such domains, it will be classified as spam.

 



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In practice, it is not a good idea?
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chinabee,

Why would you want to?  surbl.org maintains a very nice (so far) list that the end user not only doesn't have to manage but receives information from countless sources.  In fact, I have removed all referances to web URLs from my keyword lists as ALL of them were being caught by surbl.org.  I also am running my own surbl so that I can add URLs as they turn up if surbl.org doesn't yet have them.

I could continue but am starting to "rant"

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