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Apache News Blog Online: 22 September 2004 – Apache SpamAssassin 3.0.0 is released

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Apache SpamAssassin 3.0.0 is released: My server is going to need an upgrade and my scripts will need some tweaking. Is SPF worth the hassle of upgrade?

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  1. Dougal Campbell (35 comments.) says:

    Is SPF worth the hassle of upgrade?

    Probably not. A lot of spammers are actually using SPF (see my War on Spam site for article links). It is important to note that SPF is not an anti-spam technology. What it does do is to help guarantee that you know the true identity of the sending mail host. You still need to do further analysis to determine how much you want to trust messages from that host.

    This is probably most useful in conjunction with a whitelist. If you know that a particular host belongs to an organization that does not tolerate spam, and you can verify the SPF for that host, then you could just whitelist that host. Whereas without SPF, you’d have to do more work to be sure that the host information wasn’t forged.

  2. bob (1 comments.) says:

    Hi! I setup SSL/TLS on apache 2.0.
    Its working fine apache only listen on 443 port for incoming connections. My question is:
    How to config apache , for example when user type http://www.dome.com to automatic redirect him to port 443 and https connection. Now when i use http://www.domain.com he dont display anything because apache don listen on 80.
    Can you help me, please? Thanx :)



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