10-30 spam mails per-second, always.

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Cold Evil
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10-30 spam mails per-second, always.

Post by Cold Evil » Tue Jun 09, 2009 6:03 pm

Hello!
I get about 10-30 mails per-second from different spam servers, and over a hundred thousand badmails and Q that are constantly being deleted. This is a huge problem, and I want to stop it asap because it takes up all my connection slots. Is there a quick way to block this spam bots? Because there is constantly creating new ones.

Many thx!

Ps this second went kind a calm:

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18&#58;58&#58;23.000  &#91;11604&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <sant2400@ms67.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.000  &#91;11604&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <sant2400@ms67.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.000  &#91;11604&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.000  &#91;16740&#93; <SMTP> DATA 
18&#58;58&#58;23.000  &#91;16740&#93; <SMTP> 354 End with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;15488&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <chinhui_lai@hotmail.com>
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;15488&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <chinhui_lai@hotmail.com>
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;15488&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;14044&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <q56112939@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;14044&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <q56112939@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.046  &#91;14044&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.140  &#91;14712&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <ua9h@ms15.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.140  &#91;14712&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <ua9h@ms15.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.140  &#91;14712&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.156  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <longming@ms27.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.156  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <longming@ms27.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.156  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.218  &#91;14660&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <wood@g-pad.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.218  &#91;14660&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <wood@g-pad.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.218  &#91;14660&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.281  &#91;12792&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <smartass_prep88@yahoo.com>
18&#58;58&#58;23.281  &#91;12792&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <smartass_prep88@yahoo.com>
18&#58;58&#58;23.281  &#91;12792&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.406  &#91;16176&#93; <SMTP> DATA 
18&#58;58&#58;23.406  &#91;16176&#93; <SMTP> 354 End with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;14044&#93; <SMTP> DATA 
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;14044&#93; <SMTP> 354 End with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;11480&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <tfgiwish@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;11480&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <tfgiwish@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;11480&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;8092&#93; <SMTP> Client connected from 213.180.113.106
18&#58;58&#58;23.546  &#91;8092&#93; <SMTP> 220 Quick 'n Easy Mail Server
18&#58;58&#58;23.562  &#91;15356&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <book4155@ms57.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.562  &#91;15356&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <book4155@ms57.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.562  &#91;15356&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.656  &#91;21948&#93; <SMTP> MAIL FROM&#58; <ariel.je@gmail.com>
18&#58;58&#58;23.656  &#91;21948&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.656  &#91;4936&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <tony0673@ms26.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.656  &#91;4936&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <tony0673@ms26.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.656  &#91;4936&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;17604&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <su.ws@msa.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;17604&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <su.ws@msa.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;17604&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <love_lucky1002@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <love_lucky1002@yahoo.com.tw>
18&#58;58&#58;23.687  &#91;52260&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.718  &#91;17440&#93; <SMTP> Incoming message&#58; 0412A3DDDFFC481CBB1B093CD139A515.eml
18&#58;58&#58;23.718  &#91;17440&#93; <SMTP> Copying message to&#58; S&#58;\MAIL-Dir\queue\
18&#58;58&#58;23.718  &#91;35948&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK&#58; Queued as&#58; 0412A3DDDFFC481CBB1B093CD139A515
18&#58;58&#58;23.812  &#91;14700&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <tys@ms57.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.812  &#91;14700&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <tys@ms57.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.812  &#91;14700&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
18&#58;58&#58;23.859  &#91;9728&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58; <chin.pam@msa.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.859  &#91;9728&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <chin.pam@msa.hinet.net>
18&#58;58&#58;23.859  &#91;9728&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
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Post by admin » Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:45 pm

You can lookup the ip of the spam servers and block these Ips.
There is no automatic way to do this.
Cold Evil
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Post by Cold Evil » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:36 am

Ok i will try.

Thx.
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