banning from .pw seems to make a huge amount of sense. however, banning
from .info may not be such a good idea. in fact, i'm working on a
website now with a developer who has a .info domain. since g_ban_from
doesn't take a regex as input, i couldn't say:
and this could cut off a bunch of legitimate mail.
also, seems like a lot of spam is coming from .us domains as well.
what's truly disturbing is none of this stuff is getting bounced because
of rbl lookups. wonder why?????
advanced web systems
On 7/15/2013 2:34 PM, JDL wrote:
> I think this already exists.
> g_ban_from "*.pw,*.info"
> Jim Lohiser
> Imagine Net, Inc.
> On Jul 15, 2013, at 2:38 PM, Peter Dyke HIDDEN@puvar.com> wrote:
>> I too think it would be great if there were a filtering option based on TLDs. .info is another one Friends confirmation would be good on.
>> On 7/12/2013 11:03 AM, David Camm wrote:
>>> we've been inundated with spam from .pw domain names.
>>> here's one article talking about this:
>>> since .pw was initially the tld for palau, and i don't believe any of my customers has any dealings with anyone there, how do i drop all inbound mail for this tld?
>>> david camm
>>> advanced web systems
>>> keller, tx
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