[Mimedefang] Auto Responders and SPAM
skmimedefang at smail.inf.fh-bonn-rhein-sieg.de
Fri Sep 8 03:20:27 EDT 2006
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On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, David F. Skoll wrote:
> David Benigni wrote:
>> I have been bitten twice by SPAM email forging addresses, someone
>> vacation rule send a message to a rbl trap account and my servers get
>> black listed.
>> Other than disabling rules like this, has anyone some up with a way to
>> reduce this? I was think of using MIMEDefang to do this, but I wanted
>> to get community feedback first.
> Well, I suppose that if something scores high on SpamAssassin, you
> could add a Precedence: bulk or Precedence: junk header, which makes
> some auto-responders not respond. (But this isn't guaranteed.)
Hey, this is a very good idea!
Did this right now.
> PS: If you *must* use an auto-responder, please make sure it behaves
So many people like them, <sigh>, I've enabled one for two days when I was
on vacation and was about tripled by bounce messages (responses to SPAM,
bounced back and where not tagged as SPAM and end up in the INBOX).
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