[Dshield] Spam hunting (RE: Numerous spam threads)
ed.truitt at etee2k.net
Thu Oct 10 01:07:09 GMT 2002
You mean, something similar to TMDA (http://tmda.net/)? I played around with
it a bit, it looks like it does pretty much what you want.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "David Sentelle" <David.Sentelle at cnbcbank.com>
To: <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 12:02 PM
Subject: [Dshield] Spam hunting (RE: Numerous spam threads)
> I've given up on spam hunting.
> I want to write a mailserver program/script that will keep a list of
addresses email can be received from for each user. If an email is received
from someone not on that list, it is bounced like the person isn't there.
Then I would like a web based tool for the user to log in through and add
acceptable users and hosts. (Allowing wildcards, of course)
> It could also have the functionality in it to allow the user to have a
configurable tagline/keystring that could be included in the email, who's
presence would allow that email through to the users' mailbox, or at least
put a 'request for delivery from' message in the users' mailbox.
> Its a pipe dream. I've got a Linux box at home, but don't even know where
to get started on the project. With my first baby in the house, I'm sure I
won't get around to it.
> David Sentelle
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