rejecting botnets with sendmail

DAve dave.list at
Wed Nov 1 16:41:20 GMT 2006

Denis Beauchemin wrote:
> Andoni Auzmendi a écrit :
>> Experiencing the recent increase in spam from botnets, is there a way to
>> reject (or discard) connections coming from servers containing their ip
>> address within the hostname? I can see lots of connections from
>> broadband or dialup addresses. Some of them even bypass greylilst as
>> they resend the messages several times. We use Sendmail here and I guess
>> there must be a milter which is capable of doing that.
>> Andoni Auzmendi
> Andoni,
> This saved us:
> FEATURE(`dnsbl',`',`"554 Rejected " $&{client_addr} 
> " found in"')dnl

What list is this? I don't see it on the website.

I just lost my battle with the PHB over and I had to 
remove it. Our VOIP provider (we are a reseller) has their VM server on 
the dul list. All VM wave files have been blocked since I started using 
dul last week to thwart a dictionary attack. I hate spammers, really, I 
wish them all constant pain and eternal agony.


> Put it in your and then make your from it. Last 
> step is to restart sendmail using MailScanner's script.
> I guess you can use other RBLs but I don't know which ones to recommend.
> Denis

Three years now I've asked Google why they don't have a
logo change for Memorial Day. Why do they choose to do logos
for other non-international holidays, but nothing for

Maybe they forgot who made that choice possible.

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