Are their some general guidelines for preventing spammers from getting our
I have the following sample set up...
hec-21c-acad: "|/usr/libexec/wrapper resend -l hec-21c-acad
hec-21c-acad-request: "|/usr/libexec/wrapper request-answer hec-21c-acad"
All config files have changed passwords and I changed who and get access to
I believe there is no easy way to say only list people can post to each
list, is that correct? Is there anything else I should be doing?
I used to have additional protection in send mail via the aliases database
for each lists address but that broke somewhere in a sendmail upgrade and no
one could say how to get it back...
Thanks in advance for any help...
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> From: Chip Old <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 11:57:38 -0400 (EDT)
> To: MAJORDOMO-USERS <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: problems with noadvertise in majordomo 1.94.5
> On Thu, 11 Sep 2003 11:26 -0400, Steve Rifkin wrote:
>> Hi, I've got a specific mailing list that I do not want to show up in
>> the output when a user e-mail majordomo with the "lists" command. I
>> don't even want the people on the actual list or in the restrict-to file
>> seeing the list.
>> From the FAQ or README (I forget which), I tried setting up noadvertise
>> (in the list's config file) to look like the following:
>> noadvertise << END
> Get rid of those blank lines. It should look like this:
> noadvertise << END
>> Also, the advertise parameter is currently set like:
>> advertise << END
> That's correct.
> Chip Old (Francis E. Old) E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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