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--- Comment #21 from Kevin A. McGrail <email@example.com> 2011-12-13 21:47:24 UTC ---
> Matthias, if you can decide on a bit (not a bitmask) to return for DNSWL
> blocks, we can add the notification rule.
Based on KB's notes, 255 is acceptable for DNSWL because it's not implemented
with a bitmask.
> And if this moves you to change your decision to implement the purposefully
> wrong DNS response, we can move DNSWL back to default configuration.
> Then we'll keep the ticket open and perhaps someone can work on a way to make
> spamd recognize that the BLOCK rule is triggered and hold off on subsequent
> DNSBL queries for 1 hour.
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