Joe Jobbed, etc.
Kevin_Miller at CI.JUNEAU.AK.US
Thu Dec 22 19:21:29 GMT 2005
Kevin Miller wrote:
> Question is, would the example I gave work, and if not, what would?
OK, a quick followup to my own message, hoping that it will be of
benefit to others down the line.
I implemented the following in spam.blacklist.rules:
To: spam_target[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]@ci.juneau.ak.us yes
and it does indeed work. Mail to spam_target at ... gets through, mail to
the altered, almost valid address is blacklisted and dumped in the
MailWatch quarantine directory. Not elegant perhaps, but it'll tarpit
the spam between now and when I can get milter-ahead set up.
One thing I noticed however, is that a /etc/init.d/MailScanner reload
didn't reread the rules - apparently just the .conf file so I had to do
a restart. No biggie really, but I'll throw it out as a feature request
Another feature that would be handy, at least in this case, would be a
high scoring blacklist where instead of tagging the mail as spam, it
tags it as high scoring spam. Don't know how many others would make use
of that but it might be something others could use. Perhaps rather than
a separate file, it would be possible to just add a fourth column in the
To/From target 'spam y/n' 'HS spam y/n'
Once again, thanks much Julian, for making MailScanner so incredibly
Kevin Miller Registered Linux User No: 307357
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