[TriLUG] On the topic of SPAM - wrong time stamps?
jbroome at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 21:50:00 EDT 2006
On 8/2/06, Tarus Balog <tarus at opennms.org> wrote:
> I get a lot of spam. Really. It's amazing how much spam I get.
> So I can usually spot a new virus (since those helpful mail gateways
> like to respond to my joe-jobbed e-mail address telling me that my
> e-mail about V1 at gra had a virus) or other new spam trends pretty quickly.
> What I've been seeing lately is a large number of spam messages with
> wrong time stamps, such as May 1, 2002, etc. This is actually very
> annoying since those that make it past my filters get sprinkled in
> throughout my old messages.
> Does anyone know of a way to get postfix to discard e-mails whose sent
> date is greater than, say, 48 hours?
I was just doing a new SA install and saw this page:
Check out the rules DATE_IN_FUTURE_* They may do what you want.
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