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Re: anti-spam package [modified tcpd version ...]

An anti spam package should not be bound to tcpd but allow a list of sites
to be denied access to be integrated into different applications. Exim for example
can prohibit access from a host or user@host for spam protection and would need
a different file format.

Heavy duty sites do not run their mailers via inetd.

In article <19970818114446.55732@zaphod> you wrote:

: On Aug 18, Peter Tobias wrote:
: > I have placed a modified tcpd at fbti.et-inf.fho-emden.de /pub/debian-local
: > (just extract tcpd76new.tar.gz from the root directory to install it). It
: > allows you to include a list of hostnames in the client_list. The syntax is:

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