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  Re: Passive Aggressive Spam Filtering (mod 0/28)
by Sean Cody (sean) on Fri Jul 17 16:55:17 2009 (GMT)
I don't work here.
  > Hello,
>
> I think you miss "file=" line from the "spamhaus" section in your spamd.conf example.
>
> As far I recall, spews, sbl and spfilter.openbrl.org datas are unusable since 2006 for some of them.
> spews_list_level(1|2).txt mirrors from OpenBSD are juste empty.
>
> Cya
>
>
Fat fingered a few things obviously.
Removed spamhaus from the config above. Thanks.

I pulled most of this from a stock spamd.conf from a machine running a few versions behind.

What I would really like to see is a clearing house for greytrap lists similar to Beck's and BSDLY's lists but from a bunch of mail servers all over. That would be fantastic (the slacker in me just kicked in).
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