You could always amend your 'User Agreement' to charge $500 per instance
of Spam, and misuse of company resources..

Then, instead of spending time slowing down spam (and potentially
discouraging honest users), you can try and squeeze money out of the
people misusing the service.  Or just kick them off.

But that's just me.  It worked for the one spammer I've had, and they
haven't come back. <- Log file analysis tool.  
Will sort by user.


On Wed, 2002-10-16 at 12:52, Martin Chung wrote:
> It seems that tarpit patch only works to stop spammer. However, some users used 
>scripts to send large amount of advertising emails throught my SMTP server and each 
>connection only use 1 or 2 RCPT TO. I can't stop them using my SMTP server. I just 
>want to limit the number of emails they can send within a period of time. For 
>example, users can only send 100 emails in 1 day.
> Can spamGuard be able to do this? Or any other solution?
> Thank you,
> Martin
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: John C 
>   Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 1:22 AM
>   Subject: RE: [vchkpw] Qmail AntiSpaming
>   You could put the tarpit patch on qmail which puts a sleep in multiple RCPT TO 
>commands Ex. CCs
>   John
>     -----Original Message-----
>     From: Martin Chung [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>     Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2002 4:47 AM
>     Subject: [vchkpw] Qmail AntiSpaming
>     Hi,
>     Is there any tool or patch to control Qmail sending emails out?
>     Can I control the numbers of emails sending from a user within a period of time?
>     Thank you
>     Martin

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