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SubjectRe: [Semi-OT,important] ORBS globally blocks users of these lists
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> You missed my qualifier.  I asked that ORBS not be used while they practice
> their policy of global blacklisting. I fully support ORBS in it's efforts
> to stop spam by affecting the broken systems. Any servers on Above.net
> address space that are open should be listed. The other hundreds of
> thousands should remain fully free. Especially when the ones I touch are
> listed in the database as anti-spam compliant.

> Is generic blacklisting right?

Learn to use ORBS properly and -you- get to pick if you filter netblks too
or not. Its not hard, if the A record on the check is 127.0.0.4 its a netblk


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