• SC and WS zone files to be removed

    January 29, 2005

    SC and WS zone files will be removed from the SURBL web site by 1/7/05. This does not affect DNS operation or most SURBL applications which use it, but it does mean that users of Roger Eriksson's Windows command script with Declude Junkmail should use Invariant Systems invURIBL or similar Windows SURBL plug-ins instead.

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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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