Tips on how to use ruleset for 'Spam Lists To Be Spam'
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Fri Aug 11 21:49:38 IST 2006
dnsadmin 1bigthink.com spake the following on 8/8/2006 7:43 AM:
> Hello All,
> T-Mobile's mailservers (tmodns.net) got black listed on numerous BLs. I
> have a handful of IMPORTANT mail users on my server sending mail with
> T-Mobile's servers right now.
> I have:
> Spam Lists To Be Spam = 3
> in MailScanner.conf and T-Mobile's mail server makes four of my lists.
> They are good, long-used and trusted BLs.
> Spam List = SBL+XBL SPEWS ORDB-RBL spamcop.net spamhaus.org spamhaus-XBL
> PAM SORBS-ZOMBIE SORBS-HTTP DSBL SORBS-DNSBL SORBS-SMTP SORBS-WEB
> SORBS-BLOCK NJ
I think SBL+XBL and spamhaus-XBL are redundant, as anything in the second
would probably be in the first.
> I don't want to open the rest of my users to the amount of spam these
> BLs help protect from. I would like these T-Mobile users to be able to
> send without getting tagged as spam, however.
> How can I set up a ruleset like this for individual users or individual
> #Spam Lists To Be Spam = /etc/MailScanner/spam.lists.count
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