ValidateRBL: Enable DNS Blacklist Validation -- This requires an installed module in PERL. default: 1=activated
rblValencePB: DNSBL Failed Score, default=45 -- For Message & IP scoring in PenaltyBox
rblnValencePB: DNSBL Neutral Score, default=25 -- For Message & IP scoring in PenaltyBox
ForceRBLCache: Early DNSBL Cache Blocking -- If set, ASSP will use cached DNSBL hits to block messages before DELAYING. default: 0=deactivated
noRBL: Don't do DNSBL for these IPs* -- Enter IP addresses that you don't want to be DNSBL validated, separated by pipes (|). IP ranges are defined as for example 182.82.10. CIDR notation is accepted (188.8.131.52/24). Hyphenated ranges can be used (184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11). Text after the range (and before a numbersign) will be accepted as comment to be shown in a match. For example: 18.104.22.168/24 Yahoo #comment to be removed.
RBLWL: Whitelisted DNSBL Validation -- Enable DNSBL for whitelisted messages default: 0=deactivated
AddRBLHeader: Add X-Assp-Received-DNSBL Header -- Add X-Assp-Received-DNSBL header to messages with positive reply from DNSBL. default: 1=activated
RBLError: DNSBL Failed Reply -- SMTP reply for DNSBL failed messages. Default: '554 5.7.1 DNS Blacklisted in RBLLISTED'The literal RBLLISTED (case sensitive) is replaced by the actual serviceprovider(s). default: 554 5.7.1 DNS Blacklisted in RBLLISTED
RBLServiceProvider: RBL Service Providers* -- Names of DNSBLs to use separated by "|". Defaults are: zen.spamhaus.org=>1|bl.spamcop.net=>1|psbl.surriel.com=>2|ix.dnsbl.manitu.net=>2|l2.apews.org=>3|combined.njabl.org=>1|safe.dnsbl.sorbs.net=>1|dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net=>2|dnsbl-2.uceprotect.net=>2|dnsbl-3.uceprotect.net=>2|blackholes.five-ten-sg.com=>3.
DNSBL providers can get a "weight" like bl.spamcop.net=>1. The value of the weight is a divisor of RBLmaxweight. So if RBLmaxweight = 50 (default) bl.spamcop.net=>1 would be the same as bl.spamcop.net=>50, bl.spamcop.net=>2 would be the same as bl.spamcop.net=>25. If the sum of weights surpasses RBLmaxweight, the DNSBL check fails. If the sum of weights is greater 0 and less Maximum Weight, the email is flagged Neutral even when RBLmaxhits was reached.
RBLmaxreplies: Maximum Replies -- A reply is affirmative or negative reply from a DNSBL. The DNSBL module will wait for this number of replies (negative or positive) from the DNSBLs listed under Service Provider for up to the Maximum Time(RBLmaxtime). This number should be equal to or less than the number of DNSBL Service Providers listed to allow for randomly unavailable DNSBLs. default: 7
RBLmaxhits: Maximum Hits -- A hit is an affirmative response from a DNSBL. The DNSBL module will check all of the DNSBLs listed under Service Provider. If the number of hits is greater or equal Maximum Hits, the email is flagged Failed. If the number of hits is greater 0 and less Maximum Hits, the email is flagged Neutral default: 2
RBLmaxweight: Maximum Weight -- A weight is a number representing the trust we put into a DNSBL. The DNSBL module will check all of the DNSBLs listed under Service Provider. If the total of weights is greater or equal Maximum Weight, the email is flagged Failed. If the sum of weights is greater 0 and less Maximum Weight, the email is flagged Neutral default: 50
RBLmaxtime: Maximum Time -- This sets the maximum time in seconds to spend on each message performing DNSBL checks. default: 10.
RBLsocktime: Socket Timeout -- This sets the DNSBL socket read timeout in seconds. default: 1
RBLCacheExp: DNSBL Expiration Time -- IP's in cache will be removed after this interval in hours. 0 will disable the cache. default: 24
- = Fields marked with an asterisk (*) accept a list separated by | or a file designated as follows (path relative to the ASSP directory): 'file:files/filename.txt'. Putting in the file: will prompt ASSP to put up a button to edit that file. files is the subdirectory for files. The file must not exist, you can create it by saving it. The file should have one entry per line; anything on a line following a numbersign ( #) is ignored (a comment).