Alexander Dalloz wrote: >Am Di, den 14.02.2006 schrieb Sam Drinkard um 4:55: > > > >>I just got through updating my /etc/mail/access file, adding about 20 >>more IP's that are sending spam/junk mail. During the process, I >>noticed I had some partial IP's in there, like 64.12.233 which is what I >>wanted to block. The IP did NOT however get blocked. From what I see, >>as long as I have a full ip address, they are blocked, but the partial >>(16) is not. Should it not work anyhow? Never had this problem before, >>and yes, I run a make on the file after editing. >> >>Sam >> >> > > >Connect:64.12.233 ERROR:5.7.1:550 no SPAM accepted > >http://www.sendmail.org/m4/anti_spam.html > >Alexander > > Looked over that link, but did not see anything I'm not already using or doing, and it appears the dot at the end of the IP address is not needed. Wonder why those were not blocked if the ip's were in there... hmmmmm... Thanks for the link Alexander.