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 === Other tips === === Other tips ===
  
-You can do even more with the blackhole database. ​clapf puts the IP-address of the sender host (the host passing the email to us) to the minefield table.+You can do even more with the blackhole database. ​Clapf puts the IP-address of the sender host (the host passing the email to us) to the minefield table.
  
 You may create a blackhole zone assembled by the content of the minefield table. Then configure your SMTP server to check every incoming connection aginst this zone and reject mail in case of a proven spam sender. You may create a blackhole zone assembled by the content of the minefield table. Then configure your SMTP server to check every incoming connection aginst this zone and reject mail in case of a proven spam sender.
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-If you want to minimise lost email due to the RBL list, I suggest to reject with '450 ....' smtp code (known as 'temp fail'​). 
  
 Run a regular cron job to purge aged entries from the minefield table, eg. Run a regular cron job to purge aged entries from the minefield table, eg.