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Old 12-06-2018, 08:30 AM   #1
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Postfix Mailserver on TRUNCATE Blacklist


Hi,

Has anyone experience with duration for automatic delisting on TRUNCATE ? (http://www.gbudb.com/truncate/)

Our provider unintentionally put our business ip range in a range not suited for mailservers - this problem is solved, we immediately got off spamhaus after correction of ip range policies at our provider, but we don't seem to get off TRUNCATE.

Got listed the same time on TRUNCATE as on spamhaus, and the mail server isn't sending any spam, so this surely is no conincidence.

It also doesn't make me happy to see that TRUNCATE suggests when owning their commercial product, delisting via marking Mails as HAM in this software, gets faster.

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