Force a sender's email to quarantine?
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 07:26:19 GMT 2010
Of course you can do it with MailScanner as well... Use the blacklist...;-)
And perhaps force blacklisted items to be highscoring, depending on
your spam actions, of course:-)
Cheers (from the ski-slopes...:-D)
2010/1/20, Robert Lopez <rlopezcnm at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 11:31 AM, Kelly, James <jakelly at chapman.edu> wrote:
>> We have a very similar script watching our outbound mail logs. To
>> "quarantine" the suspect outbound mail we use the script itself (perl,
>> in our case) to add the suspect messages' from address with a redirect
>> action into the postfix sender_restrictions table on the gateway(s) and
>> then regenerate the .db.
>> from at large.chinese.isp REDIRECT quarantine-acct at ourdomain.tld
>> If the spammer changes the from, the script notices and adds the new
>> from(s) also.
>> We use scripts to resend the messages in the quarantine account with the
>> original from/to if they turn out to be false positives.
> That seems a simple idea. Thanks for pointing out is is possible to
> this with postfix.
> Robert Lopez
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