[SURBL-Discuss] URI Blacklisting at the MTA level

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Tue Apr 18 16:04:29 CEST 2006


Steve,

That's awesome!

I look forward to trying it out.

Brian

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Freegard" <steve.freegard at fsl.com>
To: <discuss at lists.surbl.org>
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 3:45 PM
Subject: [SURBL-Discuss] URI Blacklisting at the MTA level


| Hi All,
| 
| I've written a basic Sendmail milter in Perl using Sendmail::PMilter
| which uses the SpamAssassin libraries with just the 20_uri_tests.cf
| rules file (so it is relatively light) to strip the URI's from a message
| and then check them against multi.surbl.org and black.uribl.com and
| reject any messages that contains blacklisted URI's.
| 
| It's rough code at the moment - there's no whitelisting or any
| start/stop scripts for it yet and this is my first attempt at anything
| in Perl - I've been running it on our spam trap for a while now and it's
| worked very well, I have not tried it on a production system yet.
| 
| I'm posting it here in case anyone finds this useful and for comment -
| It can be downloaded from http://www.fsl.com/support/milter-uri.pl --
| installation instructions are in the file.
| 
| Finally - I'd like to say thanks to everyone involved in both SURBL and
| URIBL projects, you all do an excellent job of making lives difficult
| for the spammers :-)
| 
| Kind regards,
| Steve.
| 
| -- 
| Steve Freegard
| Development Director
| Fort Systems Ltd.
| Skype:  smfreegard
| 
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