Sendmail’s Greet_Pause

Slamming is a popular spammer tactic in which the spammer quickly fires off SMTP messages without waiting for responses from the receiving server. A poorly behaved MTA will then accept traffic from the spammer, instead of rejecting it as it should. But even well-behaved MTAs are affected because of the sheer volume of traffic withContinue reading “Sendmail’s Greet_Pause”

Removing mails spam-scored over 10

I am using SpamAssassin 3.1.x on Linux. Now, all mails with spam score over five (5) are marked as spams (so simple configuration). Further more, I would like to remove permanently all mails with score over ten (10). Here is content of /etc/procmailrc to do that: DROPPRIVS=yes MAX_SCORE=10.00 MIN_SCORE=5.00 :0fw | /usr/bin/spamc :0 * ^X-Spam-Status:.*score=\/[0-9\.]+Continue reading “Removing mails spam-scored over 10”