Do you remember Duba? Come on… get your brain cells together and think of the road trip. Yep, it’s him, who helped me surviving vienna. Since some time he’s trying to work with linux and about to discover the console, to leave the mouse aside. Watching my mailbox, a message came in. Duba did send a message using […]
I am using Greylisting since quite some time to keep malware away and I have to admit, it is a blessing: As many malware and spam programs do not respect the RFC, they just try to deliver their load just once – so they fail and we do not have to do analytics work on it.
A long time ago, it must have been last century – I have started setting up a mailserver for me. For being able to access my mail from the office or trade school I used some kind of webmail as someone pointed me to towards the Horde Framework.
Is my Spamfilter doing a good job here? Does anybody out there got some values to compare? Here are some recent stats of my mailfilter (SpamAssassin with Bayes, more than 800 messages / day) Efficiency : 99.85% False Positives: 0.02% False Negatives: 0.13%
It is scary, how simple mail adresses are collected. I think we should have a closer look at how it might be done:
As soon as I got a solution against comment spam, the mailserver is flooded with junk. Spamassassin, my mailfilter is working great, but it is a waste of ressources to analyze every bit knocking at my mailserver. What I want to do is taking load off the filter process. First of all, regarding the smtp protocol, the other […]