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Include Latest RegistrarBoundaries.pm in cPanel Provided SpamAssassin RPM

Infopro shared this idea 4 years ago
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In regard to this thread on forums:

http://forums.cpanel.net/f43/spamassassin-doesnt-process-new-tlds-link-click-rocks-more-448001.html


Actual notice posted at uribl.com:


"If you are using SpamAssassin, and are currently getting a bunch of spam with *.link TLDs, it is because those URLs are not being checked against URIBLs. In order to check .LINK URLs, you will need to upgrade your RegistrarBoundaries.pm.


If you are running a recent version of SpamAssassin such as 3.3.2 or 3.4, simply download the RegistrarBoundaries.pm from SpamAssassin SVN and replace the one you currently have installed. Restart spamd if you run it for the change to take effect."


I'm finding this very useful with spam right now and would like to resolve the "Problems detected in RPM" notices by having this included as soon as possible to the RPM.

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We have updated RegistrarBoundaries in 11.48. We've also scheduled it for backport into 11.46.

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Lots of spam flying through SpamAssassin with TLDs like .link, .click, .rocks, etc. -- thanks very much for this feature request. It should help!

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We have updated RegistrarBoundaries in 11.48. We've also scheduled it for backport into 11.46.

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Ken, thanks so much for the fast action on this... and, thanks InfoPro for documenting and posting the request!


FYI, we are having good luck with the updated TLDs in the boundaries file. Only downside is the "annoying" nightly emails about altered RPMs. :)- Scott

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Could we please update RegistrarBoundaries.pm from the SVN again as their have been new TLD additions since Jan.


http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/spamassassin/trunk/lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/Util/RegistrarBoundaries.pm


Thanks!

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Nice that this has been changed to Pre-Release. I'm tired of the daily alerts about my altered RPMs.


- Scott

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