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Re: Spam in the lists out of control

El dom, 09-05-2004 a las 17:30, +0200, Marco d'Itri escribió:
> On May 09, Santiago Vila <sanvila@unex.es> wrote:
> > Those who still do not see the need to make the lists closed for non
> > subscribers or non registered people (via the whitelist), please
> > propose a better solution.
> Start using DNSBLs like SBL, XBL and DSBL, or have Blars Blarson try on
> murphy the same recipes he uses to filter spam in the BTS.

BlackLists are NOT an option, they should be killed because they are
maintained incorrectly. Here in Spain some people does SPAM from ADSL
connections and thus from time to time one of those black lists add ALL
ADSL connections to the list and we cannot send mail to some places from
our own mail server (some ADSL connections have static IP address and
our ISP lets us setup our own MTA if we want). I'm not a spammer but
since two or three years ago I was added to three or four lists of
spammers and it's not a trivial task to be removed from them.

> Or at least the listmasters should block the spam sources which are
> reported to them week after week.

That's a better solution also, a good spamassassin with some feedback
could help. I think Santiago said here some months ago that the Debian'
Spam daemon was not working correctly, perhaps it's only a matter of fix


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Carlos Perelló Marín
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Valencia - Spain

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