I get enough spam that I'm very tempted to set up something like
Spamikaze (although I'd write it myself, to be honest) that I can
redirect email addresses that only receive spam and have it maintain an
DNSBL, and then point my Spamdyke at that ... it would effectively stop
all spam from an IP address after the first message arrives from it.
On 3/7/14 4:02 PM, Sam Clippinger wrote:
> Honestly, the RBL that seems to do the most good these days for me is
> the Barracuda Central list (b.barracudacentral.org
> <http://b.barracudacentral.org>). I also use Spamhaus, Spamcop and
> Spam Eating Monkey, but together those three don't catch even a tenth
> of what Barracuda catches.
> -- Sam Clippinger
> On Mar 6, 2014, at 6:05 PM, BC <bc...@purgatoire.org
> <mailto:bc...@purgatoire.org>> wrote:
>> One of the RBLs I'm using is bl.mailspike.net <http://bl.mailspike.net>.
>> Today they started
>> listing an IP which 100 other blacklists don't have listed. Then it
>> delisted it, then it put it back, then delisted it again - all over
>> the course of a couple of hours. Now blacklisted again.
>> What other free, RBL services are you guys using?
>> spamdyke-users mailing list
>> firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
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