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   * if you get your incoming mail feed via a proxy server, eg a security appliance, then RBL can't work   * if you get your incoming mail feed via a proxy server, eg a security appliance, then RBL can't work
   * if the VPOP3 PC isn't configured to use a working DNS server, then RBL can't work   * if the VPOP3 PC isn't configured to use a working DNS server, then RBL can't work
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 +In the first three cases above, the server/​device which is first receiving the incoming SMTP mail should do the RBL testing, because the RBL testing has to be done by the server/​device which receives the mail from the last '​untrusted'​ server.
  
 If you go to Settings -> Diagnostics,​ and set 'Log Level' to 'Full Logging',​ then look in the VPOP3.LOG file after you have had an incoming SMTP message, you should see lines containing with "Test RBL Server <​server>​ <address being looked up> FOUND|NOT FOUND"​. Those will show what RBL checks VPOP3 is doing, and what the results were. If you go to Settings -> Diagnostics,​ and set 'Log Level' to 'Full Logging',​ then look in the VPOP3.LOG file after you have had an incoming SMTP message, you should see lines containing with "Test RBL Server <​server>​ <address being looked up> FOUND|NOT FOUND"​. Those will show what RBL checks VPOP3 is doing, and what the results were.
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