Had implemented those ideas, the main problem seems to be some
spanner(a) using a slight variation of 3 email addresses that were
used sometime ago. I am the only user of this mail server so use a
catch all address ( which causes it's own set of problems )
I think I need to tweak my header_checks file and test it using
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On Aug 11, 2008, at 1:39 AM, Robert Sweetnam <linux at sweetnam.eu> wrote:
> Jason Corcoran wrote:
>> I have been receivig a lot of backscatter emails for variations of
>> 3 email address that I never use on my domain.
>>>> What is the best way to blacklist them?
>>>> As am example I seem to be getting return emails for
>>>>dev at example.com>>2dev at example.com>>Sdev at example.com>>>> And one final point dev is a user on the machine, i.e. the emails are
>> delivered to dev, but I do not use dev as a email address.
> There is an excellent howto on the Postfix site that helped a lot
> for me:
>>http://www.postfix.org/BACKSCATTER_README.html>> hope this helps,
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