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Re: greylisting on debian.org?

On Jul 05, Wolfgang Lonien <wolfgang@lonien.de> wrote:

> Do we use greylisting on the @debian.org domain and especially on
> @lists.debian.org?
No, we prefer to silently junk messages to mailing lists which appear
to be spam.

The @debian.org addreses have no filtering at all, so I implemented
some myself, which so far has been working very well:

md@master:~$cat .forward 
| /home/md/bin/I-do-not-use-this-address
md@master:~$cat /home/md/bin/I-do-not-use-this-address
echo "***********************************************************"
echo "************** PLEASE MAIL ME AT md@linux.it **************"
echo "***********************************************************"
echo ""
echo "I never used my @debian.org address and I had to disable it because"
echo "it delivers a huge quantity of spam and almost no legitimate mail."
echo "If you want to send me mail you can use my usual md@linux.it address."
echo ""
echo "If your address was forged by a spammer and you received this"
echo "backscatter bounce, feel free to report it to postmaster@debian.org."
exit 1


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