John Rudd wrote:
>
> Matt wrote:
>>> ExiScan has been part of exim for quite a while now. We reject spam
>>> at SMTP
>>> with exim and SA when it scores above 15. We have not, as of yet, had
>>> a FP
>>> near that high. The spams are logged in such a way it makes it easy to
>>> create a report including the SA report, the from, to, subject, etc and
>>> review the hits from the previous day just in case there is a FP but it
>>> hasn't happened yet.

>>
>> Could you share your modifications to exim.conf you did to accomplish
>> this? I am running Directadmin webgui which uses exim for a MTA.

>
>
> Matt,
>
> I can't find the reply that you quoted. Can you tell me where that came
> from?


I was under the impression that you really don't want to do this.

If you bounce the spam then all you do is deliver the payload that was sent to
you to some saps address that is claiming to the be Sender of the email. It's a
bad practice and one that is likely to bring the ire of many mail admins.