What current anti-spam rules are in place?
Could we get a hosted account with anti-spam rules, and forward it
through that first, before it arrives at the server?
On 10/4/06, FRLinux <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/4/06, Denis Hennessy <dhennessy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The spam problem has been getting (much) worse on this list of late.
> > Today, of the first 30 message threads, 24 were spam. And that's after
> > my regular spam filter has run (it's not as good at identifying spam
> > that comes from a mail server).
>> I run several mail servers and I have seen spam on the increase
> lately. It sounds like spammers got around most filtering techniques
> such as grey-listing and normal spam filtering through spam assassin.
>> My point is that it is just a bit too easy to blame it on the
> technical skills of the people running the list, have you thought that
> maybe, spammers are also getting cleverer in the way they are
> distributing their junk ?
>> Even better, feel free to offer solutions.
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