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How to deal with 98% spam? (corporate case)
I have a small business. Every day we get 10-20 legit emails, and
(especially over a weekend) about 50x as many in spam.
biggest diference I found was to simply turn on reverse DNS checking. If
they contact the server and a reverse DNS doesn't exist I simply drop
the connection. That bombs out about 80 to 90 percent of spam contacts.
I've come across two legit companies with broken DNS servers, both fixed
the problem when it was pointed out.
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