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Fri Jun 26 09:13:46 IST 2009
On 25/06/2009 22:21, Alex Broens wrote:
> 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-pause, grey-listing? How to get list of valid recipients out of
>> Exchange, or configure Exchange to reject invalid recipients at SMTP
>> 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
> if 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 channel.
> This will happen during the SA 3.3.x cycle which will be released soon.
Okay, thanks for that information. This is exactly the sort of stuff I
want to capture.
> btw.. has anybody been using/testing MailScanner with SA 3.3.0-trunk?
No, I was waiting for you to release something I could try.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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