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    Posted: 28 November 2005 at 1:21pm

How do I filter out any domain with "adsl" as domain name? or domains like rr.com?

I have these filters under "Domains", but none seems to work:

(.+\.tmp.+.+\.dsl\-verizon\.net):nondr

(adsl\-.+\-.+\-.+\-.+\..+.(.+)\.(swbell|pacbell)\.net):nondr

(.+\.(client2|client|dhcp|adsl)\..+\.(net|com|biz|org)):nond r

 

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anybody? Please...
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Sorry, I didn't mean to be annoying anybody. Is this something that I cannot do or I did not do it right?
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I figured out how to do this:

(.*\..*(dsl|dhcp).*\..*\..*):null
(.(dsl|dhcp).*\..*\..*):null
(.*(dsl|dhcp).*\..*\..*\..*):null

However, the Blacklist domain is NOT the resolved reverse DNS??? It seems to be the fak reply spammers put in. For example, if they put in admin@fbi.gov, the domain is fbi.gov???

Can somebody clear this up for me?

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I'm not sure what the question is. Please note that a (legitiimate) single mail server can handle/own thousands of domains. So from a single IP address a mail server can send out emails with thousands of different domains. A reverse lookup on the server's IP address will only return a single domain, and so it will not match the remaining thousands. SpamFilter can check for the existance of a reverse DNS entry, but it will not force it to match to the email's domain, as we'd be stopping huge amounts of legitimate mail.
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For example,

IP: 123.123.123.123

Reverse DNS: abc.spammer.com

Reply-To: john@fbi.gov

Now, the Black List domain is what? abc.spammer.com or the fbi.com?

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It's the email domain, fbi.com.
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Would be nice if it's the reverse DNS domain name. Lots spammers are sending emails via either DSL or cable.
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Please see our previous answer in this thread. It's impossible to do as it would block *huge* amounts of legitimate mail. If you're worried about DSL/cable users, several RBL already list dynamic IPs, and SpamFilter can use their MAPS RBL servers to block such emails.
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