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comment Wildcard aliases in postfix?
Please provide an explicit example instead of just references.
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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
A very thorough blacklist-checking service (147 blacklists, ATM) is at mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx.
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comment Setting up a fake email address to trap spammers
Note that if you're setting up traps on a domain that also receives legitimate mail, you should choose addresses which, while plausible-looking, are sufficiently distinct from any extant, legitimate addresses to preclude the possibility of a typo leading to a blacklisting. Likewise, understand the trade-off between using an "inactive" address and a new address as a spamtrap: The former gives you more coverage, but risks false positives from, e.g., emails forwarded by legitimate, non-commercial senders to a large number of addresses.
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comment Filtering semi-solicited spam
Indeed. In the United States, at least, if they don't provide a one-click (or a one-message reply-to address) for unsubscribes, they're in violation of the CAN-SPAM act. The messages from your "friends" may(?) not fall under this category, but the reminder messages do. The FTC has a website describing the legislation, as well as a mechanism for reporting complaints, here: ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/spam. Legitimate mailers take these sorts of complaints very seriously.
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