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Re: [ifl.net #3657] Contact at: DNSRBL / Namesystems
Justin, On Tuesday 27 May 2003 16:51, [email protected] wrote: > I've checked all 3 MXs listed for vevers.net and none of them are listed > in any DNSBLs I can see, including dnsrbl.net. I work for an ISP - we have a number of mail exchangers - my domain is not on the affected server .... and the particular server (188.8.131.52) is still listed. > I hate to ask the obvious but did you follow the instructions for removal > on this page? http://www.dnsrbl.net/getremoved.html Of course .... twice. Anyone on the list care to comment on the most effective way to get their mailservers taken off unresponsive RBL's? (other than not let them be on there in the first place). We think we know how this one happened but it would be nice to know so that we can be sure we've plugged the hole - we were never even informed that the server and had been listed in the first place - we found out the hard way. I do think that RBL's operators ought to at least respond to legitimate attempts to clear up issue. Regards Mark -- Mark Vevers. Principal Internet Engineer, Internet for Learning, Research Machines Plc AS 5503 -- Legal Disclaimer: Internet communications are not secure and therefore RM does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message. Any views or opinions presented are only those of the author and not those of RM. Please note that RM may intercept incoming and outgoing e-mail communications.