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I have included the SPF records using vi and also have compiled the latest version of Postfix on a separate RH 7.3 box included the anti UCE configs found on Postfix.org.
I'm trying to find other methods in addition to spamassassin running on my mail server which has been very effective.
When you get there, let me know how SPF works for you.
I agree Postfix rocks! But I have also used Exim 4.xx it also has excellent anti UCE rules but just got lazy reading the manual.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Marcus Redivo Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 4:34 PM
Subject: [EnGarde] Re: SPF
Joe Aldeguer said:
> Has anyone use SPF to stop forgery of e-mail addresses using the Bind
> that came with Engarde Secure Linux 1.0? If you have, did you encounter
Publishing SPF records is easy. I don't use the webtool to futz with my DNS, I just edit the files manually with vi, so I can't help with that.
The SPF site at http://spf.pobox.com/ can help you determine what to enter on your TXT records.
Stopping forgery is, of course, another issue entirely. Your MTA needs to become capable of making decisions based on SPF information. I am going there, but not yet; I have some other preparation to do first. And one more thing, Postfix rocks.