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Filter Spam by IP Address?
  Posted by  Bruce Cates  on Friday, July 22, 2005 at 12:41:25 PM (EST)
We are filtering spam via the DNSBL options with some success. Is there a way to keep a local list of IPs and IP ranges collected from junk email? (Ideally, something similar to the SMTP relay filter.) Would it require setting up DNSBL service?
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Friday, July 22, 2005 at 1:13:43 PM (EST)
Not really, but you could use bayesian filtering to do it based on content. Blocking IPs isn't really effective because spammers use all those trojan-infected zombie computers to spam. You'd probably end up blocking 1/2 the internet before you were done! lol!
  Posted by Bruce Cates  on Friday, July 22, 2005 at 2:27:05 PM (EST)
I think blocking half the Internet would just about do it. We are using the Bayesian filter (set to 85% currently and increasing as it learns.) I was looking for a way to hit those IPs that come up frequently. Thanks.
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