ValidateURIBL: Enable URI Blocklist Validation -- Enable URI Blocklist. Messages that fail URIBL validation will receive module in PERL. default: 1=activated
uriblnValencePB: URIBL Neutral Score, default=20 -- For Message & IP scoring in PenaltyBox
uriblValencePB: URIBL Failed Score, default=25 -- For Message & IP scoring in PenaltyBox
URIBLWL: Do URI Blocklist Validation for Whitelisted
URIBLNP: Do URI Blocklist Validation for NoProcessing
URIBLLocal: Do URI Blocklist Validation for Local Mails
URIBLISP: Do URI Blocklist Validation for ISP/Secondary -- default: 1=activated
URIBLServiceProvider: URIBL Service Providers* -- Domain Names of URIBLs to use. Default is: multi.surbl.org|black.uribl.com default: multi.surbl.org|black.uribl.com
URIBLCCTLDS: URIBL Country Code TLDs* -- List of domain of the uri. default: file:files/URIBLCCTLDS.txt
URIBLmaxuris: Maximum URIs -- More than this number of URIs in the body will increase spam probability. Enter 0 to disable feature.
URIBLmaxdomains: Maximum Unique Domain URIs -- More than this number of unique domain URIs in the body will increase spam probability. Enter 0 to disable feature.
URIBLNoObfuscated: Disallow Obfuscated URIs -- When enabled, messages with obfuscated URIs of types [integer/octal/hex IP, other things!] in the body will get increased spam probability. default: =activated
URIBLmaxreplies: Maximum Replies -- A reply is affirmative or negative reply from a URIBL. The URIBL module will wait for this number of replies (negative or positive) from the URIBLs listed under URIBLServiceProvider for up to the Maximum Time below. This number should be equal to or less than the number of URIBL Service Providers listed to allow for randomly unavailable URIBLs. default: 2=monitoring only
URIBLmaxhits: Maximum Hits -- A hit is an affirmative response from a URIBL. The URIBL module will check all of the URIBLs listed under . 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: 1
URIBLmaxtime: Maximum Time -- This sets the maximum time in seconds to spend on each message performing URIBL checks. default: 10
URIBLsocktime: Socket Timeout -- This sets the URIBL socket read timeout in seconds. default: 1
URIBLwhitelist: Whitelisted URIBL Domains* -- This prevents specific domains from being checked by URIBL module. For example: doubleclick.net or file:files/URIBLwhitelist.txt. Domains already listed in and whitelistedDomains will be honored. default: doubleclick.net
noURIBL: Don't Check Messages from these Addresses* -- Don't validate URIBL when messages come from these addresses. Accepts specific addresses (email@example.com), user parts (user) or entire domains (@example.com). For example: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
AddURIBLHeader: Add X-Assp-Received-URIBL Header -- Add X-Assp-Received-URIBL header to messages with positive reply from URIBL. default: 1
URIBLCacheExp: URIBL Cache Expiration Time -- Domains in cache will be removed after this interval in hours. Empty or 0 will disable the cache. default: 24
URIBLError: Reply Code to Refuse Failed URIBL Message -- SMTP reply code to refuse failed URIBL message. The literal URIBLNAME (case sensitive) is replaced by the names of URIBL(s) with negative response.default: 554 5.7.1 Blacklisted by URIBLNAME Contact the postmaster of this domain for resolution.
- = 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).