Mailing List SIMS@stalker.com Message #6176
From: Steve Linford <steve@uxn.com>
Subject: Re: Looking at header -- how do I blk future transmissions?
Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 15:47:42 +0100
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
>From Jeff Alpher, received 09/06/2000, 2:34 pm +0100 (GMT):
> Oh gurus,

I'll answer although I'm not a guru as I can't levitate without illegal aid.

> What's the best way to block future mail from the sender below?
> Return-Path: twwwfwlzxvmdstxe@cyberlawasia.com
> Received: from tk.cdtk.co.jp ([210.226.141.226] verified) by
> doubleclicksystems.net (Stalker SMTP Server 1.7) with ESMTP id
> S.0000013139 for <null@doubleclicksystems.com>; Fri, 09 Jun 2000 02:04:23
> -0400
> Received: from gcgjf.cybermusicasia.com by tk.cdtk.co.jp (AlliedTelesis
> SMTPRS 1.1 pl 1 ++0C352D40B1532DECB9E500B613930993) with SMTP id
> <B0000014102@tk.cdtk.co.jp>; Fri, 9 Jun 2000 14:35:02 +0900
> Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 14:35:02 +0900
> Message-ID: <B0000014102@tk.cdtk.co.jp>
> From: twwwfwlzxvmdstxe@cyberlawasia.com
> To: hnpclwhxgcymdzux@lycos.com

You can either put the Japanese relay 210.226.141.226 in your SMTP
blacklist, or you can put the following in the router:

cyberlawasia.com = error

But eitherway you will get spam from this spammer again because he raped
the Japanese relay (which is broken) and cyberlawasia.com is 99.9% not his
real address.

  Steve Linford

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