Sure we can fix that, in the next build if you add ||txt|| to the
'stamp' field for an orbs entry it will replace ||txt|| with the 'txt'
record in question.
Let me know platform and I'll send you a build to try.
On 18/03/2016 2:47 a.m., surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
> Many DNS RBLs not only return an A record to indicate if an IP is list in the RBL, they can also return a TXT record that provides additional information regarding the listing. This may be a reason or some other text (see below).
> ;; ANSWER SECTION:
> 188.8.131.52.block.rbl.n2net.net. 14 IN TXT "Some text"
> 184.108.40.206.block.rbl.n2net.net. 0 IN A 127.0.0.2
> Would it be possible to include this information in the log lines below?
> 17 09:25:40 Rejected 10.0.0.1 FROM:HIDDEN@spamdomain1.tld> <undefined> 0 g_orbs_late/from "550 found in RBL (zen.spamhaus.org)"
> 17 09:25:40 Rejected 10.0.0.2 FROM:HIDDEN@spamdomain2.tld> <undefined> 0 g_orbs_late/from "550 Cached RBL match (block.rbl.n2net.net) "
> I could understand that this could be complex and problematic with the "Cached" log entries as you would need to start caching the TXT data along with the IP. It that presents a problem, could we just log the TXT info in the "found" log lines? I assume those are the non-cached entries so, presumably, SurgeMail would have the DNS data that it just queried in memory.
> If I had this information, I would be able to better analyze which networks or spammers are hitting the RBL, how often, find networks that are no longer sending spam, etc.
> Thank you,
> Jim Lohiser
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