GMS Anti-Virus has the option to check a number of DNS based Block Lists (DNSBL) to check if any incoming connection is from a server that is known to be the source of spam. If such a source is identified, GMS Anti-Virus allows the administrator to decided what to do with the incoming request to send email.
Our engineers are aware of this issue and have resolved it in version 7B available from 8-Feb-02.
- What is RBL?
- Does GMS Anti-Virus work against malformed MIME and UUEncode files?
- How do I set up GMS to use the RBL+ database from mail-abuse.org?
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