Re: oops

So after looking at “the mail I accidentally misfiled”: there were, in fact, about 150 spam (almost 50%). has completely revamped their spam filtering service since I last looked; I can now monitor rejections, forward messages to myself, and add whitelist entries, all through a fairly simple interface. I’ve switched it on; so far one spam has gotten through, with no false positives…

posted at 9:11 am on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 in Personal, Security | Comments (3)


  1. Reid says:

    Have you looked into Sender Policy Framework yet? I was thinking of doing that. Not sure if will let me edit the appropriate bits of my DNS record though..

  2. Harald says:

    # dig txt 3600 IN TXT "v=spf1 a mx ip4: -all"

  3. Reid says:

    I checked, and I can’t see any way to set the TXT field of my DNS record via’s web interface. Well, maybe it’s time to move away from hmm.

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