On 14.10.16 16:26, Bowie Bailey wrote:
On the other hand, SA is a points-based system. If you checked SPF
based on the From header, you could then whitelist known list servers
and other exceptions and add a point or so to the rest. If you set
the score at 0.001 and monitored the non-spam hits for a while, you
could probably come up with a pretty good list of exceptions before
upping the score. (Of course this assumes you are in a position
where you can legally look at the messages passing through your
It could be helpful, or there could be too many exceptions to be
useful. I'd say it's worth a try to see what happens.
I can immediately guess this rule would need way too many exceptions to be
useful. And when anyone in the world subscribed to any list, it would need
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