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  • Removing subdomains from generic TLDs

    May 6, 2004

    We are now properly removing any subdomains (third or greater level domains or host names) from generic TLDs. (For example, abc.defxyz.com becomes defxyz.com.) This change may result in slightly better matching on both be and sc lists since the clients are supposed to be doing similar things with domains found in message body URIs. The new-style sed expression doing this on the SURBL side is chop-two-level-domains.sed.


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