Re: spam blacklist pop3 solution
On Sun, Nov 13, 2005 at 12:46:15PM -0700, Glenn English wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-11-13 at 19:15 +0000, Adam Hardy wrote:
> > Unfortunately the only blacklisting that murx does is to allow you to
> > build up your own blacklist - I want to use or connect to a public or
> > commercial blacklist database, such as the possibly mythical one I have
> > heard of (see above).
> Would this work:
> Set up your own MTA; receiving from the universe and sending via the
> ISP .
> Get the ISP to forward your mail (or use fetchmail if the ISP
> can't/won't) so your email will come to your MTA as if it were coming
> from the Internet. At this point, you have at least some control over
No, I believe if you have to use fetchmail it is too late to do anything
at the SMTP level.
Reproduction if desired may be handled locally. -- rfc3