> Is this really necessary for yahoo.com generated e-mail?
>
> 0.2 DNS_FROM_RFC_ABUSE RBL: Envelope sender in abuse.rfc-ignorant.org
> 1.4 DNS_FROM_RFC_WHOIS RBL: Envelope sender in whois.rfc-ignorant.org
> 1.7 DNS_FROM_RFC_POST RBL: Envelope sender in postmaster.rfc-ignorant.org
>


Run sa-update on recent versions of SA and it will automatically drop those
scored.

Long time ago, in a land far away, GOOD site admins actually had working
abuse@ and postmater@ addresses.

Long ago, ICANN used to delist domains that had broken or unreachable whois
contact information.

So, long ago, ignorant, stupid or lazy was a good indication of spam
sources.
Today, it indicates yahoo.com.


--
Michael Scheidell, CTO
>|SECNAP Network Security

Winner 2008 Network Products Guide Hot Companies
FreeBSD SpamAssassin Ports maintainer


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