I've just found a new and interesting spam source - legitimate
yury.michurin at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 07:17:16 PDT 2008
start with putting spf record on the domain,
and finish with filtering bogus message-id wich was not orignated on your
server with whatever software you using.
On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 4:01 PM, <eculp at casasponti.net> wrote:
> In the last hour, I've received over 200 legitimate bounce messages from
> email services as a result of someone having used or worse is using my email
> address in spam from multiple windows machines and ip addresses. The end
> result is that I am getting the bounce messages. I'm sure that others on
> this list have experienced the problem and maybe have a solution that I
> don't have.
> The messages are allowed through my obspamd/pf and pf smtp bruteforce
> blocking rules because they are completely legit.
> I guess the work around is to filter them on incoming together with our
> local bounce messaages util the spammers get tired of my address.
> Thanks for any suggestions,
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