- From: "new guy" <new guy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 00:28:03 GMT
"Sebastian Gottschalk" <seppi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
new guy wrote:
Blocking the servers where the spam comes from.So you want to block your very own mail provider?
Yeah, yeah, very funny ...
I meant the servers that are the source of the spam ....
OK, then, I'll present you all implicitly reliable information that are
not under the choice of the spammer:
| Received: from pd7mr3no.prod.shaw.ca
| (pd7mr3no-qfe3.prod.shaw.ca [10.0.144.130]) by l-daemon
| (Sun Java System Messaging Server 6.2-2.05 (built Apr 28 2005))
| with ESMTP id <0J2600BNFFMEVU00@l-daemon> for newguy@xxxxxxx; Mon,
| 10 Jul 2006 01:32:38 -0600 (MDT)
| Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 09:26:43 +0200
| To: newguy@xxxxxxx
The same holds for any legitimate mail.
So, now for the questions if you still don't get the obvious:
- Where is the real server?
- If you ever find it (means: none of the other information are faked),
is it a spammer's machine or just one of literally thousands of
prod, ESMTP, "pd7mr3no-qfe3.prod.shaw.ca", it's a spoof, right?
What do you achieve with shutting down only one such
- Do you try to shutdown every possible source of the 50+ spam mails you
receive per day?
Actually, I receive 1 or 2 spams a day, no more than that, and it looks like
it always comes from the same source.
Dude, get a serious spam filter like any other clever guy does.
I will try that. Thanks for your help!
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