Subject: Re: Spam suggestion...
To: Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Martin Weber <Ephaeton@gmx.net>
Date: 02/22/2004 14:32:06
On Sun, Feb 22, 2004 at 07:22:03AM -0600, Peter Seebach wrote:
> In message <20040222131528.GK11328@phaeton.entropie.net>, Martin Weber writes:
> >I.e. lock out anyone with a private network who happened to name
> >her machines as she liked, and didn't have the money to buy a
> >global name? This sounds microsoftish :) (Or those who happened
> >to name their private network, but were not quick enough to buy
> >the domain, and thus their name is resolvable yet points to another
> >IP, like in my case [entropie.net])
> No problem. HELO as your real address.
Ok. (going OT now)
[ computer(s) ] --- [ router ] ---> inet.
Router gets a dynamic ip adress. Mail is sent from my computer. So
how exactly do I tell sendmail to lookup my global adress and use
that instead of my hostname ? ...and get all the SMART_HOST etc.
rules to work still ? But see below.
> >Sorry, but this brutal scalpel method doesn't really help us.
> Yes, it does. There is no sysadmin incapable of providing valid reverse
> DNS, and this simple filter gets rid of a very large quantity of spam.
I am incapable obviously. I assume anyone not grown up with sendmail
or the like won't be able to do so either. If you are able to do all
those tweaks for the usual setups, please submit a howto to the NetBSD
guide, or htdocs. Thank you in advance. I'm ok with it then, too :)
There's no need to answer as I'm looking forward to your howto :-)
PS: As long as the netbsd guide suggests you use sendmail in a way which
locks you out from netbsd mailing list if this is used as spam-protection,
could as well just shutdown the mls.