273701Re: Spam Backscatter
- Feb 1, 2011On 2011-02-02 Simon wrote:
> We are receiving what appears to be backscatter from spam that isI wrote a backscatter filter based on smtpprox to handle this.
> using a valid address in the Return Path. I have included an example
> of the header info from one of the spam messages below. The ?From? and
> ?To? addresses just seem to be random and are not related to us in any
> way. Does anyone know to block this sort of backscatter?
WFM, but AFAIK not tested outside low traffic environments.
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