[CentOS] postfix spam question for the gurus
bob at bobhoffman.com
Wed Mar 14 23:56:34 UTC 2012
I have a question about postfix.
I have a few webservers, each with their own mailing system. Obviously
items can be quite tedious going from one to another to another.
I am in the process of making a list of domains (commercial spammers)
that bother me. My idea is to use the access file to reject them.
My question is this...
Can I make a text page on one of my html servers that lists all these
bums and reference
that file in the postfix smtpd restrictions (probably as regex or prce
instead of hash)?
This way I only have to make one big page of them. And I can add a 'you
be blocked m.f. because
of spamming me on the page so they can learn how to get unlisted.
can this be done or do I need to make my own rbl list (obvously limited
to just my sites).?
I would think I could just reference a remote file as easily as a local
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