>At 06:10 07-07-2007, Tony Houghton wrote:
>>SA used to kill a different router I used to have, but I don't think
>>that's the problem here. I temporarily pointed /etc/resolv.conf to my
>>ISP's servers and restarted spamd, which you'd expect to make at least
>>some difference, but it didn't really. Besides, I can still freely

>
>Only if you expect the ISP's resolver to be better which isn't always the
>case.
>
>Regards,
>-sm
>


As mentioned twice, use a local caching DNS server (like bind for example).
Even if configured to forward requests to your ISP's DNS server it may make
a big difference. What OS are you running?

Gary V

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