On 31-Jul-2007, at 16:03, Mar Matthias Darin wrote:
Scott Moseman writes:
Are there any good recipes for dealing with the latest PDF spams?
After spending some time studying the IP addresses, most (in my
YMMV though) originate from dynamic IP addresses. I've had a hard
getting a good sample, DynaStop has elimited a good majority of
might see 1 or 2 every few days make it through DynaStop.
That might explain why I was nonplussed about this issue when it was
first raised. Anything that looks like it might possibly be from a
dynamic ip range is greylsited by postfix before the DATA portion of
the SMTP transaction. I haven't seen any of the pdf spams (yet).
I'm getting quite a lot of the "i'm a lonely girl looking for
friends" spam, and the 'add me as a myspace friend because I had to
move my nudie pics off myspace" spam, but that's on my one account
that has almost no spam protection after the RBLs/Greylisting.
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