Normally I recommend that anyone using their leaf email address forward the
mail to a gmail account and let google spam-filter it for you. I've tried
many different spam filters over the years and honestly have never
succeeded in removing a sufficient amount of spam from my own email
addresses for it to be worth maintaining my own spam filter. Google, on
the other-hand, does an excellent job on spam and retains the spam under
its own label for 30 days so I can correct mistakes.
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 6:22 PM, Pierre Abbat <p...@leaf.dragonflybsd.org>
> Every so often, I get a spam sent to my leaf account. I checked the last
> which is SEO spam. It was sent from 126.96.36.199. I tried to connect to
> 25 and got a timeout, so apparently it is not running a mail server. This
> of spam can be easily blocked with greylisting, which I use on my mail
> servers. I see that Postgrey is in the repo. Is anyone else getting spam on
> leaf addresses? Would it be good to greylist it?
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