Peter J. Holzer wrote:
I think that "best current practice" should be exactly that: *Best*
current practice, not the lowest common denominator.
Emphasis should be placed on *Current* as much *best*. Having a bunch
of people come up with how they think a DNSbl should/must be run
(especially when some of them have *no* experience running even a small
DNSbl let alone a global one) will be counter productive at best.
(Yes I know some here do run global ones, yes I know some here are
involved in large ones, however there are names here that have nothing
to do with any current DNSbl operating let alone running a current one
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