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Package: mxallowd (1.8-2) [universe]

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Original Maintainer (usually from Debian):

  • Michael Stapelberg

It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer.

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Anti-Spam-Daemon using nolisting/iptables

mxallowd is a daemon for linux/netfilter(iptables) which uses nolisting (http://nolisting.org). That means, you define two MX-servers in your nameserver and mxallowd will block the access to any of these mailservers if the client did not try the other one. This blocks non-RFC-compliant mailers, which are often in use by spammers and so-called direct-to-second-mx which is also a technique mainly used by spammers.

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