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dma550

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I'm trying to use a non public BL, www.projecthoneypot.org

When you do, you need to prepend your API key to the DNS request. MYCODE.IP.DNSBL.com

MYCODE is given to each registered user. Anyone know if this can be done? The dialog doesn't seem to support it. Thanks
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TorW

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I'm a Project Honey Pot user.

Project Honey Pot's DNSBL is for HTTP traffic, not SMTP. In addition, the DNSBL's listing criteria does not include mail activity, only address harvesting, comment spam and ... well ... honey pot hits. If you use PHP's DNSBL for mail traffic and have users authenticating on port 587, you may even end up blocking them.

See http://www.projecthoneypot.org/faq.php#g
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dma550

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Ahh, thanks.

That makes sense now. Interesting though, I found a substantial number of hits on this honeypot of IP's sending spam. Maybe these are all in one bots that scrape and send, who knows?
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TorW

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Yes, no doubt there are zombies out there which combines scraping, comment spamming and email spamming. Have you cross checked these IPs with other blacklists? They may very well be listed in e.g. Spamhaus ZEN or the Spamcop DNSBL.
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