That's more of what the RBL is for -- if you want to take that step.  The RBL
is supposed to be a good list of sites that are producing spam, not that are
necessarily open relays at all.

"Hubbard, David" wrote:

> Thanks for responding Chris.  I am currently using the MAPS
> with rblsmtpd, I guess the spam I'm
> getting isn't coming from an open relay.  Actually, the
> spammers usually relay through a valid mail server for their
> network that isn't an open relay on the internet, it's just
> allowing users who are behind it to go through it.  I guess
> in this case my best bet would be to forward it to their
> admins since I can't block by originating IP...

Reply via email to