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Re: delaying spammers



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>I have never used it but I know one guy who has been using it for quite
>a while.
>
>You can set the timing in the configuration. Basically, you assume that
>all incoming email is from someone that you don't know. And you can set
>the timing such that it holds back mail delivery for an hour from all
>unknown mail servers which is just about everyone. This wouldn't be too
>bad for 98% of the systems delivering email. It would be hell for a
>system relaying endless amounts of spam which I guess was the point.
>
>As I said...I don't use it. The original question was how can I delay
>incoming mail and that was a solution that I knew about.

Why not just send everything that doesn't reverse resolve properly to 
/dev/null? This is far more efficient, because then the source doesn't 
know that you recieved it.





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