Mathias Homann wrote:
I think I've already posted about this, but I think there really needs to be done something.
About 75% or even more of the spam I'm getting arrives at my opensuse.org email, and on closer inspection has been directly delivered to the secondary MX for opensuse.org.
I take that spam, and feed it through spamcop.net which results in a complaint being sent to email@example.com, and I am getting the feeling that no one reads mails to that address, because in I don't know how many years I have gotten not a SINGLE reaction.
From the behaviour of "the system I can draw two conclusions:
- that MX has no spam filter capabilities what so ever, not even
something as simple as dns based block lists 2. no one gives a shit.
I have already posted on that suse internal tracker thing that was suggested to me last time I said anything - and also no real reaction other than someone answering in a truly noncommital way, see https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/55838
That was my reply, yes.
"And since the junk has already passed through a (poorly configured?) spamassassin, my local spamassassin thinks all is legit o.0"
This is really a problem in your setup, I suggest. Your spamassassin should _not_ trust any previously added X-SpamAssassion headers. It would make it dead-easy for spammers to circumvent the filtering.
I mean, there is so much that *can* be done, spamassassin *with* DNS blacklists, postgrey, you name it.
I would invite you to join the openSUSE Heroes and have a go, but the mail servers are run by SUSE-IT.