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Using Origin of spam

Origin of Spam is usually known as Real Time Blackhole Lists or RBL's. These public external blacklists keep a record of where spam is sent from. MailWasher accesses these and returns back information about the origin of the email - if it comes from a sender of spam, or not.

By default, two blacklists are turned on by default in MailWasher, SpamCop and Spamhaus and you can add more if you wish.

BlackHole list for mailwasher add them in mailwasher pro

  • zen.spamhaus.org
  • bl.spamcop.net
  • b.barracudacentral.org
  • dnsbl.sorbs.net
  • spammers.v6net.org
  • dnsbl.isoc.bg
  • dnswl.isoc.bg
  • block.blars.org
  • opm.blitzed.org
  • cbl.abuseat.org
  • blackhole.compu.net
  • bl.csma.biz
  • sbl.csma.biz
  • bl.deadbeef.com
  • dun.dnsrbl.net
  • spam.dnsrbl.net
  • list.dsbl.org
  • unconfirmed.dsbl.org
  • multihop.dsbl.org
  • duinv.aupads.org
  • dul.ru
  • blackholes.easynet.nl
  • dynablock.easynet.nl
  • proxies.blackholes.easynet.nl
  • spamsources.fabel.dk
  • blackholes.five-ten-sg.com
  • flowgoaway.com
  • proxy.bl.gweep.ca
  • relays.bl.gweep.ca
  • random.bl.gweep.ca
  • blackholes.intersil.net
  • all.rbl.kropka.net
  • sbl.spamhaus.org
  • blackholes.mail-abuse.org
  • psbl.surriel.com
a_dns-based_blackhole_list_dnsbl_or_real-time_blackhole_list_rbl.txt ยท Last modified: 2016/01/23 01:58 (external edit)