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Re: SPAM Prevention/Blacklists
- From: Scott Call
- Date: Wed Mar 03 18:13:57 2004
I don't know what the prevailing attitude is, but it seems to me
that 451ing unknown senders is a good way to get on the bad side of
sysadmins who have to deal with the backlog until your server decides to
I would think if you're willing to spend other's resources on reducing
your spam load you would be willing to spend your own and implement SMTP
callback, SPF or the like.
I tried implementing SPF which actually caught a fair # of forged senders
until I noticed that ticketmaster had invalid SPF records and we were
rejecting their emails.
On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Nathan Allen Stratton wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Brandon Shiers wrote:
> > Are there any other good lists out there that you folks have had good
> > experience with? Any that we might want to consider taking a look at?
> > Thanks,
> Have you look at graylisting, temp failing mail with a sender/receiver/IP
> you have not seen before?
> Nathan Stratton CTO, Co-Founder
> nathan at robotics.net BroadVoice, Inc.
> http://www.robotics.net http://www.broadvoice.com
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