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On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 08:49:00AM +0100, mouss wrote:[color=blue]
> Henrik K wrote:[color=green]
>> On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 12:25:42PM +0530, ram wrote:[color=darkred]
>>> The number of DNSWL_LOW and DNSWL_MED misfires have gone up especially
>>> in last two days. Even Marc's JMF_W misfires.
>>> What it means is these are "good" mailservers who normally relay ham and
>>> have some weak links ( weak password etc ) that just got exposed[/color]
>> What method are they using to relay through master.debian.org? I can't
>> figure out how these mail from yahoo etc can end up relaying through there
>> in this case.
> they simply post to the list. if the list is not open, they susbcribe
Ah right, I was looking it a bit wrong.. it's silly that the original
recipient is nowhere to be found in headers.