There are many situations in which you might find it important to be up to date with your mailings – especially as soon as they hit your mailbox. This function is available with some mobile phones and commonly sold as ‘Blackberry functionality’ or push mail. In other words it is a more or less permanent connection between the […]
I guess you all know the common problem with cheap hardware being used as a server box, don’t you? I’m fed up with those troubles and decided to use some professional hardware.
As some spammer guy abuses my domain name again, my mail server got some work to do. Anyways, this time there’s a new bastard out there pretending to be a video of Angelina Jolie. For making it through the common malware scanners the virus is hidden in a password protected rar archive… Keep your eyes open, out there!
Sometimes you have to slow down your mail delivery for some destinations or you might want to push out more mails for a certain server as it’s inside your LAN without being unkind to other people. Here’s a way of doing it: The main.cf file of our postfix installation is the place where we define a new transport […]
My mail system is running since quite a while now. So I was checking the statistics, generated from the log files of the last weeks for getting an overview of the current situation. Having 8 mails in my inbox means that 20 spam mails have been seen by my mailserver. Of course, those 20 messages didn’t even reach […]
I guess you know the ordb.org blacklisting service for mails – but did you know that it was taken offline long time ago? It did not report spammers since that time, but nevertheless many mailservers are still querying it – so the operators were forced to do something against that.