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  • Clean up of redundant zone files

    August 17, 2004

    We are cleaning up some of the redundant zone files in the SURBL rsync server:

    1. surbl.rbldnsd - going away, use sc.surbl.org.rbldnsd instead
    2. *.rbldns - going away when no traffic, use *.rbldnsd instead
    3. surbl.bind - going away, use surbl.org.bind instead

    In all cases the replacement files use the preferred names, already exist, and have identical content. If you are using any of the old names, please change them to the new names.


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Rsync and DNS are typically used for mail filtering and RPZ for web filtering. High-volume systems and non-filter uses such as security research should use rsync.

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