Subject line Blocking

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
I have installed Redhat Linux 9.0 on my server and have also configured sendmail on that and it seems to working fine.

I would like to block mails with some specific subjects. Could anyone helpme with elobarated details ..

Thanks in advance.
Question by:salioursong
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    You can install mailscanner from (Free) and
    F-PROT (Free for home),  Mailscanner blocks 90+% of spam and can also be integrated with a free spamassassin from
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    use spamassassin, it is one of the best tool for blocking spam mails.

     check the following link for how to do that

    one more link:

    you can also procmail if you requriements are not so big. check man procmail to find out how to do that

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    Check this for a simple solution (subject blocking ins sendmail)

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