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Re: Question concerning authoritative bodies.
On Tue, Mar 11, 2003 at 11:07:18AM -0500, email@example.com wrote: > > Can you elaborate on why? > > You can use a central DNSBL without giving up total control. Shortly > after I configured servers to use a DNSBL for the first time, I recognized > the need for a local DNSWL and have continued to use one ever since. When > I setup other people's servers to use DNSBLs, I help them setup a DNSWL > and explain how to maintain it. Hmm...copy of centralized DNSBL + local DNSWL = local DNSBL ? I guess the point is that centralized data is good in some sense, but utimately mirroring, copying, editing, or selective copy of that data will be done by operators in effect to create their own local DNSBL. -ron