New wiki page
J.Ede at birchenallhowden.co.uk
Fri Jun 26 09:10:32 IST 2009
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> From: mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info [mailto:mailscanner-
> bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] On Behalf Of Alex Broens
> Sent: 25 June 2009 22:21
> To: MailScanner discussion
> Subject: Re: New wiki page
> On 6/25/2009 9:16 PM, Julian Field wrote:
> > How about we start with
> > MTA Blacklists: Zen, BRBL, bl.spamcop.net?
> > MTA checks: no invalid recipients or domains at SMTP time, greet-
> > grey-listing? How to get list of valid recipients out of Exchange, or
> > configure Exchange to reject invalid recipients at SMTP time?
> > ClamAV: sane-security -- Which ones? Where's the table that lists the
> > pros and cons? What are the basic ones that everyone should use?
> > SA rulesets: SARE, KAM, sought, what others?
> Please do not recommend SARE rules.
> They are obsolete and will not get updated so adding them adds little
> no value and are not worth the resources they use.
> Some have been included in SA.
> my TODO list includes a masscheck of ALL of those rule and release a
> small subset to be used with SA update on the official sa-update
> This will happen during the SA 3.3.x cycle which will be released soon.
I still get quite a few hits with the SARE_Adult ruleset despite it being old... Gets a lot of the enhancement drug emails...
DCC - Thats free for non-commercial/educational use isn't it? http://www.rhyolite.com/dcc/
Just copied from their main page.
The non-commercial DCC software is distributed under a license that is free only to organizations that do not sell filtering devices or services except to their own users and that participate in the global DCC network. ISPs that use DCC to filter mail for their own users are intended to be covered by the free license. You can redistribute unchanged copies of the free source, but you may not redistribute modified, "fixed," or "improved" versions of the source or binaries. You also can't call it your own or blame anyone for the results of using it.
Organizations that do not qualify for the free license are welcome to inquire about licensing the commercial version of the DCC software by email to sales at rhyolite.com or via the form
I noticed that pyzor has suddenly become active again with new versions this year... http://pyzor.sourceforge.net/index.htm
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