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toplisek

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 7:04 pm on Oct 18, 2010 (gmt 0)

I have tested some e-mail messages. There is quoted code within such messages:
Return-path:
Envelope-to:

How to fight SPAM messages to react within e-mail Filters at server Apache...

Is this code within header:
Return-path:
Envelope-to:

 

lammert

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 3:08 am on Oct 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi toplisek,

Can you give a little bit more information about the origin of the email messages you want to filter? Are they generated on a server which is running Apache, for example by spammers abusing a contact-us email script? Or is your plan to filter spam messages which are coming in via regular email to your server?

toplisek

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 8:07 am on Oct 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

Sorry, I'm new to this.
Are there any options?
Is it important as you quoted?

lammert

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 2:13 pm on Oct 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

No problem if you are new to this. We are here to help you :) There are options. But to know which option you need, we need a little bit more information.

Are the messages received by your server, or sent by your server?
Is the content of Return-path: and Envelope-to: always the same, or different?

toplisek

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 7:17 am on Oct 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

content of Return-path: and Envelope-to: is always the same.
Messages are not sent by my server IP.

phranque

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Msg#: 4218413 posted 12:27 pm on Oct 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

you must be talking about SMTP headers and not HTTP headers.

although your SMTP server may reside on the same machine as your web server, this has nothing to do with apache server.

Aanishka



 
Msg#: 4218413 posted 1:34 pm on Nov 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

Thanks for sharing with us. I hope next time you will share more use full.

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