Re: Which Spam Block List to use for a network?
On Tuesday 22 June 2004 09:11, Russell Coker wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 16:13, Craig Sanders <email@example.com> wrote:
>> reject other dyn/dialups - they should use their own ISP or mail
> I second this.
> A user has no business making direct connections to mail servers.
Maybe in your area you can get a residential ISP whose mailrouters are
always reliable. Where I live there is one cable modem provider with
no competition; its mailrouters usually work but do not always warn you
in good time that mail is queued. With my own MTA I can tell right
away whether mail has been delivered or not -- except when I'm forced
to "dumbhost" my mail through my ISP's mailrouter.
> One thing on my todo list is to use the ODF module of NetFilter to
> Windows users from connecting to my mail servers when they get
> viruses. No dial-up list is complete so there are always some Windows
> users who are
> accidentally allowed to connect. The URL is below:
This is a smarter way to do it. Wouldn't you admit that the problem is
not from MTAs on dynamic IP addresses, but rather from infected Windows
machines on dynamic IP addresses?