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Re: Problems with a black hole list in the netherlands

  • From: Richard Irving
  • Date: Sat Mar 09 08:32:31 2002

Actually, I did... I doesn't seem too on the level.

With lines like:
> Even we don't block, we just send a 471
> reply and let the monkeys determine whether the e-mail looks legitimate or spammy. 

However, after explaining all this about 127.0.0.2, there is a little
note on the bottom:

>What does 127.0.0.4 mean?
>
>Not much, it's the only code we return, 
>"not whitelisted" is perhaps the most accurate description. 

Guess the number returned for us ?

Ironic, at least.

Were it not referenced by http://Relays.OsiruSoft.com./, 
Frankly, I would care less.

* Hint * Hint *

Lionel wrote:
> 
> On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 07:04:36 -0500, Richard Irving <rirving@onecall.net>
> wrote:
> 
> > Hello, we are currently having a problem with a vigilante block list
> >in the netherlands... I figure this is as good a forum as any....
> >
> >>The boilerplate:
> >>Please see <http://selwerd.cx/xbl/>, xbl is a *local* list, it would cost
> >>us time to check whether we can whitelist your IP.
> [...]
> >How would one approach -this-  ?
> 
> I would start by reading the web page in the URL you quoted. You might
> find it illuminating.
> 
> --
>    W
>  . | ,. w ,   "Some people are alive only because
>   \|/  \|/     it is illegal to kill them."    Perna condita delenda est
> ---^----^---------------------------------------------------------------




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