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We had a run-in with Dorkslayers last night too :(
The first time we brought out our sendmail update,
we left it in it's "Virgin state" for approximately
6 hours for monitoring. During that period we "failed"
a "relay test", and were blacklisted. As an RBL subscriber,
I was appalled at the difference in attitudes between vix
and dorkslayers. It is obvious after just a momentary look
at the web site that they are out to "have some fun"
The RBL will mail a notice. These slimebags don't even
care if you have had an illegal relay: all they care about
is finding an *excuse* to put you on their list. Why is
a group "dedicated to saving the InterNet" giving it's biggest
prominence (in terms of W3 space) to hate mail recieved from
people that D/S has intentionally wronged?
This group is actually *hurting* the cause significantly. I
was furious enough that I almost left the anti-relay out just
to piss them off. The problem is, *that's what they really want*.
Getting off is easy, just configure your networks they way *THEY*
want them configured: your clients/customers/employees can all
go to hell as far as Dorkslayers is concerned. VERY POOR.
Perhaps a torrent of mail asking *THEM* to clean up their
act would be a "push in the right direction"?
(Who will not doubt be back on their list by tomorrow
for daring to bad mouth the all-mighty "Dorkslayers")