Jeff A. Earickson jaearick at colby.edu
Tue May 27 15:57:19 IST 2008

I monitor it in my daily reports.  If I have somebody with a large
number of connections, I grep my syslogs on both the decoy and primary
MX to see what they are up to.  If it is an bvious spam engine, then
I block them on my primary MX and let them play with the "try again
later" high MX.

Jeff Earickson
Colby College

On Tue, 27 May 2008, Alex Neuman wrote:

> Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 08:49:01 -0500
> From: Alex Neuman <alex at nkpanama.com>
> Reply-To: MailScanner discussion <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> To: MailScanner discussion <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> Subject: Re: "Nolisting"
> Interesting approach. Do you do anything with the data you (potentially) 
> collect?
> On May 27, 2008, at 7:54 AM, Jeff A. Earickson wrote:
>> I do it the other way around.  Our high MX always responds with
>> "400 try again later" via smtptrapd.
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