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HELO domain (reject?) [message #971] Tue, 21 December 2004 18:39 Go to previous message
Patrick Buresh
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Registered: December 2004
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I'm having a bit of trouble with the Reject by HELO domain feature.
We constantly get spam from multiple IP addresses which appear to claim to be from a machine calling itself 64.69.111.211.
(i.e. Received: from 64.69.111.211 ([207.69.35.247])).
I assumed by placing 64.69.111.211 in the "Reject by HELO domain" list, that it would block these messages, but it does not.
Do I not understand how this lists works?
We also get many spam messages where the sending servers' name ends in a country designator such as .jp for Japan.
(I.e. Received: from smtp.email.spamalot.jp ([209.114.7.1]) or mail.greatoffers.com.jp ([66.54.92.44])).
If I enter *.jp in the domain list, it appears to do nothing as well. I thought that the wildcard * would include any domain prefix as long as it ended with .jp ?

Can anyone offer any suggestions?

Thanks.



Post Edited (12-21-04 18:41)
 
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