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Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 20 2006 12:45PM
rowland onobrauche (rowland onobrauche legendplc com) (1 replies)
Re: spambots and dictionary attacks Nov 20 2006 09:04PM
Andres Figari (andres photoplankton com)
Why do you need to do it this way, do you have a default address for the
domain? As far as I know the only way to do it is via the exim.conf:

Chirpy has a great link expalining it:

http://www.configserver.com/free/eximdeny.html

rowland onobrauche wrote:

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>Greg Metcalfe wrote:
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>>On Friday 17 November 2006 08:02, rowland onobrauche wrote:
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>>>I would like to hear from anyone that has successfully blocked
>>>spambots or dictionary attacks without the need of another server
>>>in between your mailserver and the senders. The mailserver on my
>>>end is exim and it is actually a virtual server, so i cannot
>>>really edit the exim.conf file, but have access to access,
>>>virtusertable, trustedusers and sendmail.cw.
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>>>regards rowland
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>>Do you mean a mail proxy between the cloud and your existing mail
>>server, or what?
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>Hello Greg.
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>I need to be able to filter out the spam bots without a proxy, and
>without having access to exim.conf.
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>rowland
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