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Old 26th May 2009
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Question block spam

Hello, i ve a firewall pf on an openBSD 4.4, it works like a gateway.

Internet<--->|Cisco|--eth1--|Openbsd pf|--eth2--LAN With exchange srv

I receive a lot of spam on my exchange server.
I would like to block spam with pf using spamd ?...
How can i proceed ?

Thank's a lot.
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How can i proceed ?
As usual, Milo, with any feature you're unfamiliar with, you must first do your homework:
  1. Read the appropriate man page(s). In this case, start with spamd(8). Then, note the SEE ALSO section, that will point you to spamd.conf(5), spamd-setup(8), spamdb(8), and spamlogd(8).
  2. Then, for guidance, read the many articles about spamd from the OpenBSD Journal: http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=searc...s=&query=spamd -- you will note that some of these articles point to feature changes, others are a variety of "how to" documents, and each has a related discussion that may also be helpful.
  3. The misc@ archives can also be of great assistance. I like http://marc.info, other archives are also available. You'll have to do your own keyword searching of this, or of another openbsd misc@ archive.
  4. Then, if you need further assistance, come back here and ask a specific question.
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