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Re: Which Spam Block List to use for a network?

Hi again,

Am Do, den 24.06.2004 schrieb Kilian Krause um 16:09:
> Hi Mark,
> > For most cases, it doesn't cost anything to implement SPF now.  And if you 
> > do it, and tell two friends, and they tell two friends ...
> well, this may be correct. However i miss the config sniplet to drop
> into exim4 in spf.pobox.com. So how do i make my MTA verify SPF?
> (setting up the DNS is easy enough, but i also want to check the others,
> wouldn't i? *g*)

well, i seem to just have found it after clicking send.
However when installing "libmail-spf-query-perl" there's no /etc/init.d
script to launch spfd. Is there any plans to add this? Is the spfd
version even recommended? 
Afterall that's exim4-daemon-heavy running sa-exim already, so it should
be able to deal with the perl module itself, shouldn't it? Any configs
out there already?

Best regards,

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