This is the same message/complaint I had when I sent in my message
with a subject of "damn autobots" to include a specific procmail
recipe for filing these messages off to a junk folder. Now I just
send them to /dev/null. I should just put a line in my sendmail
access file to reject all connections from fuse.net. If you
didn't notice, every message to majordomo-users comes back with
the same autoreply (to the message poster), and each one has the
same headers including an X-Webmin-Autoreply: header. The last
16 (that's all I have kept) were all from IP [220.127.116.11].
/etc/procmailrc (global) $HOME/.procmailrc (user)
* ^Received: from charsys
If you use the sendmail access method, don't forget to rebuild
your database with a "make all" or "makemap hash access < access".
Procmail recipes take affect immediately upon saving the file.
Todd Lyons wrote:
> - ----- Forwarded message from email@example.com -----
> Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 04:19:01 -0500
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: Todd Lyons <email@example.com>
> Subject: Autoreply to Re: I've been "upgraded"
> You have reached an email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) that has been deactived due to the large amout of spam received. If you feel you really must reach the owner of this email address, you may send an email to email@example.com. Please provide a reason for needing to contact the owner of firstname.lastname@example.org and your request will be forwarded to the owner.
> Thank you
> - ----- End forwarded message -----
> People, if you're going to use these types of spam stopping programs,
> whitelist the mailing lists that you're on. It's done with good
> intentions, but the procedure needs to be adjusted just a tiny bit.