Blocking peek-through spammers

Evgeniy evgeniy@riscom.net
Sat May 17 12:04:54 UTC 2003


hi

On Saturday 17 May 2003 00:18, Vernon Schryver 
wrote:
> > From: Daniel V Klein <dvk@lonewolf.com>
> >
> > ...
> > just have dccm/dccd filter it.  So I added 
this to my whiteclnt:
> >
> > many	substitute to designcenter@ibp.com
> >
> > But this doesn't work, because the mail header 
actually says:
> >
> > To: designcenter@ibp.com (Murray Deininger)
> >
> > Can I use DCC, or am I going to need to use 
procmail?
>
> Why doesn't the following work?:
>
>   many  substitute to designcenter@ibp.com 
(Murray Deininger)
>
>
> If designcenter@ibp.com is no longer valid, I 
would use either
> an access_DB entry like
>      To:designcenter@ibp.com	DCC: "REJECT expn 
spam"

can i use this examples 
To:oper@defender.riscom.net DCC:"IGNORE expn spam"

or this 

To:@defender.riscom.net DCC:"IGNORE expn spam"


> along with the misc/hackmc modification to 
sendmail.cf to let
> the DCC know about access_DB hits.
>
> I also sometimes uses aliases file entries like
>
>     designcenter:	"| /usr/local/bin/dccproc -E 
-t many -c all,0, ..."
>
>
> Vernon Schryver    vjs@rhyolite.com
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