On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 01:38, Rick Moen wrote:
> Does anyone know a repository of known characteristics (e.g., X-Mailer
> header regexes) by which one might filter messages from
> challenge-response mailbots?
>> I've finally gotten tired of having to train sa-exim to recognise and
> refuse these examples of secondary spam, so I've started constructing
> procmail recipes, as follows:
> * ^X-Mailer: ispworks-spammgr*
>> It would be nice to find a page of already-constructed recipes of that
> type, since I'm sure others have become fed up with those pestilential
> things before me. If not, I'll start one.
At least i gave ispworks-spammgr a X-Mailer header, that easily let you identify the challenges :)
when i created it.
Peter Karlsson has recipes ready to use for procmail on http://www.softwolves.pp.se/blog/2004-06-23 (here is the english
version of the page: http://www.softwolves.pp.se/blog/2004-06-23,en )
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