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Spamikaze

Spamikaze is an automated spam blacklisting system that attempts to make it as annoying to send spam as it is to receive spam, while at the same time making it possible for anybody to get legitimate email through to its destination. Spamikaze implements MTA and DNSBL level filtering, but unlike open proxy or open relay lists it doesn't rely on any vulnerability tests. It simply tries to turn the tide against spam by introducing a system that doesn't scale for people who send unsolicited bulk email but should work fine for everybody else.

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  •  29 Aug 2004 02:57

    Release Notes: This release simplifies configuration, improves the flexibility of the expiry policy, implements a new database layout, and cleans up the code.

    •  03 Jul 2004 09:52

      Release Notes: This release simplifies configuration, improves the flexibility of the expiry policy, implements a new database layout, and cleans up the code. It breaks PostgreSQL support.

      •  20 Jun 2003 20:27

        Release Notes: Initial release. The authors are running it in production, but it still has some rough edges.

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