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  Re: Passive Aggressive Spam Filtering (mod 4/32)
by Anonymous Coward ( on Fri Jul 17 20:11:04 2009 (GMT)
  > You can use the list from to whitelist legitimate mail servers. I also use the data from to build lists for Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail. [...]
> How do you download the list? By rsync?
> See for details.
> In the past month 36 percent of the spam messages that got through our spam filter originated from Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail. Greylisting doesn't help against these spam messages and normally you don't want to blacklist web mail providers.

Thanks. But do you know about any solution how could I use this list or perhaps some other whitelist list with base tools in OpenBSD? To be honest I don't like an idea to install rsync on production server just to get the list.

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