From: Martin List-Petersen (martin_at_list-petersen.net)
Date: Sun 11 Jul 2004 - 00:18:24 BST
Citat Lucas Albers <admin_at_cs.montana.edu>:
> Robert Cope said:
> > Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> >> have you considered using greylisting?
> > Greylisting really does work well. I implemented it on my antispam smtp
> > servers and its effect was amazing.
> Enable surbl in spamassassin.
> My (Vserver) external mail server does this, and it will grab a lot of
> spam seen on this list.
> Most of the spam seen on the list I am automatically moving to my spam
> folder based on surbl.
I won't touch SpamCop (and surbl uses SpamCop). They list too many sites, that
aren't spam. Even my server was listed there for about 2 days, because somebody
has reported a spam mail that went over the vserver mailinglist. Instead of
listing the originating mailserver for the spam, they listet the mailinglist
And that was not a one time scenario. As I said: I have more users to take care
of than just myself and i can not risk to filter valid mails away.
-- Kirkland, Illinois, law forbids bees to fly over the village or through any of its streets.
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