Hello, I was wondering if anyone has come up with a way to track historical SBRS scores.
Here's the scenario that this would be useful. We get calls all the time from SENDING companies that we are blocking there emails. We are pretty strict when it comes to the SBRS (<-2 Blocked).
Occasionally when we check the IP it is above -2. We speculate that the IP had fallen below the -2 range, but would have to grep through all the logs to find out for sure... which we do on occasion. It would AWESOME if Senderbase kept some historical scoring. It would be a lot of data, but very useful.
Well, I got to admit I like the idea of being able to see the historical; however, with the way it is done on the trustedsource, I don't see how it changes more than once a day. They also seem to be much more simplistic (having only 4 values).
Ideally, I would like to see the overall for the day and be able to click on the day to get the hourly view. I have seen dramatic changes in the senderbase scores during the day on some domains.
Don't get me wrong... I like senderbase better then Trusted source...
With a historical view (even if it was just daily) I would be able to help my customers out much more.
For example, we get tickets from our users that someone they communicated with for the last year they suddenly can't get messages from. Usually it turns out there friend is using a shared web host and other users of that web host are sending spam and driving the SBRS down.
It would be SO helpful if I could look at 1 week, or 1 month and say over the last month IP X.X.X.X has had a lowering SBRS score...
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