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DNSBL functionality
  Posted by  Robert McBride  on Saturday, April 08, 2006 at 6:45:24 PM (EST)
Hello,

Based on the info in the Installation Guide, it says the following:

"DNSBL protection will only work if 602LAN SUITE is directly receiving SMTP e-mai"

Is this to mean that other internet smtp servers have connect directly with LAN Suite before the DNSBL will take place?

If this is correct, then we will need to modify the domain mx records to point to LAN Suite.

Is anyone else using LAN Suite in this manner?

Thank you,
ken
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, April 10, 2006 at 9:49:52 AM (EST)
It means if it won't work if you're using pop3 collection.

The reason why is because dnsbl actively blocks the connection. The only connection that is being made via POP3 is a pop3 connection. You don't want to block that for pretty obvious reasons. :)
  Posted by Robert McBride  on Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at 8:02:01 PM (EST)
Thanks for the reply.

What's the best way to take advantage of the DNSBL features. Do we need to assign a domain directly to the LAN Suite and have the other emails forwarded to the that address or do we need to modify the mx records at the dns level to have LAN Suite be the mail server direct?

Thanks,
Ken
  Posted by M Blande  on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 at 2:11:20 PM (EST)
forwarding inbound emails to the LS would not work because the DNSBL looks at the incomming SMTP connection not the previous ones in the headers.
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