>> I’d be up for it. Although I’m still running 5.9 on my mail server, I’m >> thinking of upgrading. I knew that filters are experimental (and really to >> test the API, not the filters themselves), however I’ve decided to use some >> of them and would like to continue doing so. The dnsbl is the one I’d miss >> the most. >> >> All other functionality in my config uses traditional approach, with >> relaying over smtp to a daemon (spamd, clamav, dkim_proxy, etc) listening on >> lo interface, and all seems to be working fine. > > Assuming that that is OpenBSD spamd then I may be able to help you > with your dnsbl desire. > > I have a python script that runs every 15 mins (inside the spamd > whitelist time) that checks for new entries, looks them up against a > dnsbl and blacklists if appropriate. Note that this code would be > provided "as is" & whilst it works for me I make no guarantees as to > anything. It probably isn't suitable for anything vaguely high > volume. > > A better hack than what I'm doing currently would be to abuse the > spamd sync feature which provides a much more timely notification of > activity, but I haven't found the round tuits to do it and am unlikely > to do so.
I am very interested in that script as well. Would be great to have a blacklist function in spamd based on RBLs. Mischa -- You received this mail because you are subscribed to firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe, send a mail to: misc+unsubscr...@opensmtpd.org