Mailing List Message #12038
From: Warren Michelsen <>
Subject: Re: Routing Spam - Secondary Server
Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 23:18:28 -0700
To: SIMS Discussions <>
At 10:05 AM -0600 11/09/2002, Michael wrote:
>Put this line in the router table of your secondary server.
><> = spamtrap
><> = spamtrap
><> = spamtrap
>This will stop the secondary from accepting mail for that account but it
>will still accept all the other mail for

It's a dictionary attack.  The names they might try are unknown. The place to catch it is at the primary server where the account mailbox files are.

Would something like

<*> = null


I've seen others use "@blacklisted". Is "@unknown" valid?

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