DNSBL -Bset:URL mode

Kostik koc@fax.ru
Fri Jan 21 13:08:07 UTC 2011


Hello!

Vernon, I apologize for the long silence. Christmas holidays and etc, you
know ...

Vernon Schryver wrote:
> After I wrote a bunch of code and started to test it, I realized
> this is an even bigger mess than I thought. 

Yes, I understand the problem.

>> ---
>> DNSBL helper URL \208\210\201\215\197\212.\210\198
>> gethostbyname(\208\210\201\215\197\212.\210\198.dbl.spamhaus.org): Unknown
>> host\n

Well, then can you turn these domain names into something that can
be added to the DNSBL? Without trying to guess the encoding.

For for example:
\208\210\201\215\197\212.\210\198.dbl.spamhaus.org
to
208-210-201-215-197-212.210-198.dbl.spamhaus.org
then I can add a bad domain in different encodings to my own DBL.


And how about:
(tested on dcc-1.3.133 but not on dcc-1.3.135)

1. With the URL DNSBL turned on, the accepted messages are beginning
to fall into the log directory.

dccifd run as: -tBody,100,100 -tFuz1,300,300
---
### end of message body ########################
1ono1W DNSBL answer from 127.0.0.1,58128
dccifd  global-log

X-DCC-xxx-Metrics: xxx 1001; Body=1 Fuz1=2
 Body: cb4c39b9 4e9444cb 564ce27f 2e04b9a7       0   100
 Fuz1: 94b330da 59c5b632 b59b72b7 da021f47       1   300
result: accept
---
Is there any way to disable logging accepted messages?

2.
---
gethostbyname(xxxxxx-xxxxx.ru...dbl.spamhaus.org): Unknown server error
---
Is it possible to add the magic that would cut off the dot-garbage at the
end of domains? Because many email clients do such domains clickable for
users.

=kostik



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