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Old 30th September 2009, 23:59
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Default Spam list which i can include in my code

iam trying to make my debian firewall litle more secured and have got some info to include mail.spammer.org in my iptable. When i am executing my file, it tells me that mail.spammer.org does not exists, do i make something wrong, and is ther other sites one can include in the code i am using debian version 3.
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Instead of doing this with your firewall, you can include blacklists directly in your Postfix configuration: http://www.howtoforge.com/block_spam..._level_postfix
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Is it enough if i use one of the suggested postfixes, or do i ned to have them both
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You probably have Postfix 2.x installed, so just use chapter 2.
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Thanks for your assistance

Can i possoble ask if you something

I need to set up my Mailserver to also accept mails on port 465.
Do you have info, of how this can be done

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http://www.howtoforge.com/postfix-sm...cure-port-only
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