Domain-based Whitelisting

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lunix
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Domain-based Whitelisting

Post by lunix » Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:50 pm

Does anybody know whether it is possible to whitelist whole Top-Level Domains and - if yes - how to do it?

Background: DNS Blacklisting works well but sometimes also big Mailservers e.g. from hotmail get on a blacklist. Since I cannot whitelist all hotmail servers it would be great if I can enable the whole domain @hotmail.com

Grenzer
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Post by Grenzer » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:08 pm

This is a missing feature I guess. I can add domains to a blacklist but not to a whitelist. Is this feature planned for future releases?

Regards,
Grenzer

prowler318
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Post by prowler318 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 3:54 am

Just do a reverse lookup and white-list all of hotmails IPs that should help you guys out. Or just turn on PTR records do that and that will kill a lot of spam!!! Oh and why you are at it do Yahoo, MSN, Google / GMAIL. http://www.dnsreport.com and http://www.dnsstuff.com could help if you do not know how in on a regular cmd

Prowler318 :D

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