Re: SpamAssassin Rules We All NEED
Posted: Sat Dec 17, 2016 10:17 am
Thanks !!! I will try it.
Noted will do!sacredwebsite wrote:How about a gist or a git repo to keep your changes/updates recent to one location for future references?
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header RCVD_IN_ZENSPAMHAUS eval:check_rbl('zenspamhaus-lastexternal', 'zen.spamhaus.org.') describe RCVD_IN_ZENSPAMHAUS Relay is listed in zen.spamhaus.org tflags RCVD_IN_ZENSPAMHAUS net score RCVD_IN_ZENSPAMHAUS 3.0 header RCVD_IN_XMLSPAMHAUS eval:check_rbl('xblspamhaus-lastexternal', 'xbl.spamhaus.org.') describe RCVD_IN_XMLSPAMHAUS Relay is listed in xbl.spamhaus.org tflags RCVD_IN_XMLSPAMHAUS net score RCVD_IN_XMLSPAMHAUS 3.0 header RCVD_IN_SBLSPAMHAUS eval:check_rbl('sblspamhaus-lastexternal', 'sbl.spamhaus.org.') describe RCVD_IN_SBLSPAMHAUS Relay is listed in sbl.spamhaus.org tflags RCVD_IN_SBLSPAMHAUS net score RCVD_IN_SBLSPAMHAUS 3.0 header RCVD_IN_PSBSURRIEL eval:check_rbl('psblsurriel-lastexternal', 'psbl.surriel.com.') describe RCVD_IN_PSBSURRIEL Relay is listed in psbl.surriel.com tflags RCVD_IN_PSBSURRIEL net score RCVD_IN_PSBSURRIEL 3.0 header RCVD_IN_BARRACUDACEN eval:check_rbl('bbarracuda-lastexternal', 'b.barracudacentral.org.') describe RCVD_IN_BARRACUDACEN Relay is listed in b.barracudacentral.org tflags RCVD_IN_BARRACUDACEN net score RCVD_IN_BARRACUDACEN 3.0 header RCVD_IN_DULSORBS eval:check_rbl('dnsblsorbs-lastexternal', 'dul.dnsbl.sorbs.net.') describe RCVD_IN_DULSORBS Relay is listed in dul.dnsbl.sorbs.net tflags RCVD_IN_DULSORBS net score RCVD_IN_DULSORBS 3.0 header RCVD_IN_SPAMFABEK eval:check_rbl('ssfabek-lastexternal', 'spamsources.fabek.dk.') describe RCVD_IN_SPAMFABEK Relay is listed in spamsources.fabek.dk tflags RCVD_IN_SPAMFABEK net score RCVD_IN_SPAMFABEK 3.0 header RCVD_IN_CBLABUSEAT eval:check_rbl('abuseat-lastexternal', 'cbl.abuseat.org.') describe RCVD_IN_CBLABUSEAT Relay is listed in cbl.abuseat.org tflags RCVD_IN_CBLABUSEAT net score RCVD_IN_CBLABUSEAT 3.0 header RCVD_IN_L1APEWS eval:check_rbl('apews-lastexternal', 'l1.apews.org.') describe RCVD_IN_L1APEWS Relay is listed in l1.apews.org tflags RCVD_IN_L1APEWS net score RCVD_IN_L1APEWS 3.0 header RCVD_IN_BLSPAMCANIBAL eval:check_rbl('spamcannibal-lastexternal', 'bl.spamcannibal.org.') describe RCVD_IN_BLSPAMCANIBAL Relay is listed in bl.spamcannibal.org tflags RCVD_IN_BLSPAMCANIBAL net score RCVD_IN_BLSPAMCANIBAL 3.0 header RCVD_IN_ANONMAILS eval:check_rbl('anonmails-lastexternal', 'spam.dnsbl.anonmails.de.') describe RCVD_IN_ANONMAILS Relay is listed in spam.dnsbl.anonmails.de tflags RCVD_IN_ANONMAILS net score RCVD_IN_ANONMAILS 3.0
So, where is it?SS88 wrote:Noted will do!sacredwebsite wrote:How about a gist or a git repo to keep your changes/updates recent to one location for future references?
https://github.com/SS88UK/SpamAssassinRulesMeow wrote:So, where is it?SS88 wrote:Noted will do!sacredwebsite wrote:How about a gist or a git repo to keep your changes/updates recent to one location for future references?
The default config of vestacp (i have debian installed) all mails marked as spam are dropped, these mails dont going to spam folder so... why is .spam folder created? Ô.öSS88 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:03 amHello VestaCP Community!
I have now merged this topic to GitHub. I am reluctant to keep it updated on VestaCP forums - but it will forever stay updated on GitHub.
https://github.com/SS88UK/Funny Wifi name SpamAssassinRules
Once you have installed the rules and restarted SpamAssassin the rules will help reduce spam on your server.