At 14:25 2008-06-04 -0600, LuKreme wrote:
I have found the simplest thing is to ignore messages from them.
Yeah, I actually have them in /etc/hosts.allow (with a big ol DENY on
them) along with the largest Korean IP blocks I could find.
You're running your smtp from (x)inetd instead of as a standalone service?
I block undesireable netblocks via a DNSBL of my own (which I set up from
APNIC data before there were DNSBLs such as nerds.dk or whatever, which
maintains country-specific _categorizing_ DNSBLs).
Let me point out that if anyone is getting autoreplies from another member
_which_include_identifyable_information_ (pref headers for the list message
delivered to the party sending the autoreply_, I can try to take action on
it. In this particular case, the trashmail account in question is not
directly s*bscribed to this list - it is receiving the messages forwarded
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