|| at Jan 31, 2010 at 7:37 pm
Dennis Carr wrote:
Seem to be getting this a lot on ffml at here - spam comes from ffml-owner,
but that address is not subscribed, so it bounces, and bombards six people
with rejected spam. Is there a more elegant way to deal with this than add
subscriber to a 'summarily discard all' rule?
Adding listname-owner at ... to discard_these_nonmembers actually seems
like a pretty good solution to me.
The only other thing you might do in Mailman is try some
header_filter_rules to block the spam.
Of course, blocking it in the MTA ahead of Mailman is the best solution.
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