Derek Ragona wrote:
There are many ways to combat spam. One of the easiest is to use mailscanner in the ports.


You can configure mailscanner to compare senders against known lists of SPAMers, in addition to it's own rules.

        -Derek


At 09:53 AM 5/25/2006, Olga Zenkova wrote:
I use sendmail 8.13.3 and gather full log of its work.
I see such strings in it:

<<< RCPT TO: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> 250 2.1.5 <user1&domain.com>... Recipient ok
<<< RCPT TO: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> 250 2.1.5 <user2&domain.com>... Recipient ok
<<< DATA
<<< To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

where user1, user2 - users names
domain.com - domain name

After that user1 and user2 get spam letters to their
mailboxes with field "To: user3" in it. There are no
user1 or user2 in this field. Is it possible to cut
off these letters? Especially it is difficult to
explain for user1 and user2 why they got letters
addressed not for them.

Thanks!
Olga Zenkova



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Ohh, this reminds me of my ISP tech support days. Having to explain to illiterates what a BCC is ...

Yeah, I think even sendmail has a mail filter available if you want to configure it. There are many anti-spam methods available at the server. I recommend finding one with greylisting built in
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