jerry.benton at mailborder.com
Wed Apr 8 10:16:50 UTC 2015
I don’t have access to the server for the phishing emails. Jules signed an NDA for the technology used. All of the DNS records prior to the transfer are still in place. That script uses cdn.mailscanner.info, but is also uses a subdomain of bastionmail.com, which I have no control over. At some point I can look into it, but as of right now I need to start focusing on Mailborder. I spent the last 3 months working exclusively on MailScanner, but I am 100% dependent on Mailborder for my income, so I need to get back to developing the next version of Mailborder and working on getting some more clients.
If someone else on this list has some insight and knows more about this, feel free to step forward. I will also send Jules an email to see if he can pass some info to me regarding this service.
> On Apr 8, 2015, at 5:49 AM, Paul Overton <paul at trusted-management.com> wrote:
> First of all, many thanks for providing a new site and support services for MailScanner. I was an early adopter and have been using it ever since.
> I have updated one of my servers to run your latest version of MS and found that many of the essential elements have indeed been updated. However I note that the binary “update_bad_phishing_emails” is the original version from 2 years ago, and is broken due to lack of support over the past years. (Domain pointers missing etc).
> I had had a solution running for much of that time, but your latest changes to the support web sites now prevent this file from updating.
> Have you re-crested the necessary back end support for the above file? And if so what changed do we need to make to re-enable this function?
> Regards & Thanks
> Paul Overton
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