Spamfilters on

Spam filters have been turned on for the various DragonFly lists: (Taken from Matt Dillon’s post explaining this)


  • Matches against certain really annoying viruses
  • With a MIME Content-Type header of text/html
  • With a MIME Content-Type header of multipart/alternative
  • Without a working reverse DNS lookup
  • Without a FQDN formatted HELO line
  • With an invalid envelope sender. The spam filter does a realtime
    connect back to the SMTP server associated with the envelope sender
    and attempts to RCPT to it. If this fails the mail will be rejected.

One Reply to “Spamfilters on”

  1. Lazarus says:

    It’s about frikkin time! It was getting iritating going to click on what looks to be an interesting post only to miss it and click on a penis enlargement ad.

Comments are closed.