To use DNSBL do I have to purchase Anti-Spam license?
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I'd say no, but test it.
Mind, DNSBL will work only for un-encrypted SMTP and POP3 on standard ports. Won't work for any encrypted traffic i.e. SMTP with SSL/TLS or POP3S (SSL).
Well, it doesn't seem to work. I find the whole UI around Anti-X really confusing (misleading) You would think they would disable everything that needs a license (if you don't have one)
Or at least put it in the documentation...
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You could setup any DNSBL provider on your mail server directly - rather than pay a license to do this at the firewall level.
For example, this provider is free to use: »www.spamhaus.org assuming your mail server software has a method to implement it.
Yeah, that's what I have now. I wanted to see if I could offload some processing to ZyWALL. I can't believe you have to have a license for this... there is nothing to maintain - unlike antivirus...