Re: Spam filter softwareFrom: Kyle Wheeler (email@example.com)
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Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 00:18:50 -0500 To: Andy Pham <firstname.lastname@example.org> From: Kyle Wheeler <email@example.com>
On Tuesday, December 4, 2001, at 01:00 PM, Andy Pham wrote:
> My mail server received overwhelming number of spam everyday, and it's
> getting worst since last week. So I'm researching some good spam filter
> software, any helps will be appreciated. Thanks. I'm using Linux 7.1
> and qmail.
Use the spam filter that DJB makes for it - rblsmtpd. Basically, you run
rblsmtpd and give it qmail as it's argument (he suggests using it with
tcpserver). By default, rblsmtpd uses MAPS RBL (http://maps.vix.com/rbl)
So, the command would be something like this:
rblsmtpd /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd 2>&1
You can add more realtime blacklists by nesting rblsmtpd in itself, like
rblsmtpd rblsmtpd -rrelays.mail-abuse.org /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd 2>&1
You can use tcpserver as an access-control mechanism for email relaying,
too. Read all about it in Adam D. McKenna's Howto:
-- Backups are for wimps. Real men upload their data to an FTP site and have everyone else mirror it. -- Linus Torvalds