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From: Ken A
Date: 2006-07-21 17:23:15 -0400
Subject: Re: Q: separate milter-link policy for +test-links?

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Anthony Howe wrote:
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> (Resent. I should have realised that everyone using milter-link would 
> NOT get this message unless I munged the black listed URLs.)
> 
> Ken A wrote:
>> Anthony Howe wrote:
>> Does +test-links follow querystring too, or does it chop off any 
>> ?address_good&id=user@domain type stuff? (Don't want to build address 
>> databases!)
> 
> It does test the query and path-info strings looking for redirectors.
> 
> For example from com/snert/src/lib/util/uri.txt is used to test the uri
>  CLI tool. The -d is for DNS/URI BL testing and -q for query string
> testing. In milter-link -d is dns-bl/uri-bl and -q is implied:
> 
> The following redirectors and their query or path info strings are
> handled. A ``Y'' is a good / OK result while ``N'' is negative
> blacklisted result.
> 
> 
> -p -l -d -q    text
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> 
>  Y  Y  Y  Y
> <http://translate.google.com/translate?u=www.fsl.com&langpair=en%7Cen&hl=en>

> 
> 
>  Y  Y  Y  N
> [http://autotrader.com/redirect/redirector_link.jsp?to_url=http://ic.fm0rt.

> com]
> 
>  Y  Y  Y  N
> {http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;29825968;12395550;w?http://www.bocajava.

> com/referral.do?promo=ediets0027text}
> 
>  Y  ?  Y  N
> http://rds.yahoo.com/S=8805213/K=computer/v=1/SID=a/l=WS1/R=1/SS=19512237/IPC=us/SHE=0/H=0/SIG=92qylAS97/EXP=020672989/*-http://xplrhto.s00p.

> net/
> 
> 
>> What if domains used by spammers are at a registries that do the 
>> 'Sitefinder' thing? Will all links resolve?
> 
> Sitefinder thang?

Sorry. I'm sure you remember Network Solutions Sitefinder returned a 
/helpful/ search page for mis-spelled requests in the .com tld. .ws does 
the same thing, and some other small country registries and some DNS 
providers.
Ken


>> I would be testing it if it had a separate policy and I could really 
>> _see_ what it was doing.
> 

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