A lot of spam getting through
Billy A. Pumphrey
bpumphrey at woodmclaw.com
Mon Apr 30 21:44:40 IST 2007
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> From: "Billy A. Pumphrey" <bpumphrey at woodmclaw.com>
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> Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 2:58 PM
> Subject: RE: A lot of spam getting through
> > I believe that I have a local DNS going. Do you have a quick way to
> > check?
> I believe if you look in your resolv.conf file on the particular
> question, you should see something like 127.0.0.1 as a nameserver.
> Then do an old fashion nslookup for any address, and it should return
> 127.0.0.1 as the server that responded.
> You should also be able to do a 'ps' and determine if any DNS server
> running (usually 'named' on a RH server.)
> A local nameserver is not necessarily a local caching nameserver, mind
> I think this is correct, but it'll tell you if you don't have a local
> nameserver running.
Ok, I had edited this file but it points to my local domain windows dns
server. Does that mean that I should change it to something else?
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