[Mailman-Users] strange postings to non-existant lists
harrison at utm.edu
Tue Sep 8 19:25:46 CEST 2015
These are just random addresses, never existed on my mailman machine.
Incoming gets filtered by Microsoft setup.
From: Andrew Hodgson [mailto:andrew at hodgsonfamily.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2015 12:23 PM
To: Bruce Harrison; mailman-users at python.org
Subject: RE: strange postings to non-existant lists
Bruce Harrison wrote:
>Interesting, I may give SpamAssassin a look. Thanks!
One thing here which I forgot is if your machine is not receiving mail directly, you may have less luck with SpamAssassin due to the mail always coming in from a downstream server. It is easy to overcome but needs more configuration.
>Mine are almost always mail to invalid lists.
Are these lists which used to exist, or just random addresses on the system?
>My box talks to our local mail processor, which in turn runs off-campus thru the MS filters/scanners and on out.
It's incoming mail we're interested in here, does that get handled directly or via filtering machines to?
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