Hilton Honors Spam

Steve Campbell campbell at cnpapers.com
Wed May 29 15:25:10 IST 2013

I'd look at the IP addresses these are coming from. I'd make sure they 
belong to a "hilton" domain. Then I'd block them by IP address if 
they're not "hilton".

I'd also recommend "REJECT" instead of "DISCARD". The former would let 
them know that you aren't accepting their email any more, which might 
make it stop. The latter doesn't give them that indication and they 
might be assuming they are sending to an accepting server.

steve campbell
On 5/29/2013 8:48 AM, Peter Farrow wrote:
> Dear All,
> Is it just me, or is it that once you give the Hilton Hotels chain 
> your email address they send out bucket loads of spam on an almost 
> daily basis, furthermore, the "Unsubscribe function" goes through the 
> motions but the emails keep coming.
> I have added these to my access file on my mail relay, but I keep 
> finding new ones to add in, as they change the parameters of the spam, 
> does anyone have a rule or a set of access entries to hand that can 
> stop hilton hotels dead in their tracks?
> hiltonemail.com discard
> hiltonhonors.com              discard
> hhonorscrm.net                discard
> hilton.com                    discard
> Regards
> Pete

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