Spam Assassin 3 comes with a builtin SPF record checker, so it would make sense to publish SPF records for domains. Or would it? This domain has now got a simple set of SPF records which I setup using a couple of the online tools to generate them. If you want to see how many domains are publishing SPF have a look here. Although it is not a definitive listing it does give some … [Read more...] about SPF records
Archives for October 2004
Upgrading MailScanner on an rpm based system is not complicated as long as you read the messages on the screen. First off go to the MailScanner download section and get the version you want to upgrade to. The second one in the list is the rpm version for RedHat and derivatives. Normally there is a choice of "stable" and "beta" downloads. What's the difference? The stable has … [Read more...] about Upgrading MailScanner – rpm based system
The US elections are almost upon us. Unfortunately I won't be able to vote, as I am not a US citizen. Unfortunately I am a citizen of this planet, so I will be affected by the US electorate's choice. At least you would think that the it was the US electorate's choice .... I remember the last elections all too well and all the controversy surrounding them. What I wasn't aware of … [Read more...] about US elections … Michael Moore
Useful procmail recipes here to stop CR junk hitting your mailbox … [Read more...] about killing the antispammers
It's that time of the year again when the nominations open up for the annual batch of web awards. At times I wonder if some of these awards are of any "real" value, but maybe that's due to a certain degree of cynicism on my part. The IIA have organised the Net Visionaries again. Unlike some of the other awards out there this one is completely "open", so anybody who wants to can … [Read more...] about Web Awards – Do they hold any merit?