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 The '//​message_from_a_zombie//'​ variable decides what to do with messages from zombies. You can drop those messages (2), mark them as spam immediately skipping the antispam check (1), or let the statistical module decide their fate (0). The last option is the default action. The '//​message_from_a_zombie//'​ variable decides what to do with messages from zombies. You can drop those messages (2), mark them as spam immediately skipping the antispam check (1), or let the statistical module decide their fate (0). The last option is the default action.
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 +To make the zombie detection work, we need a regex file containing patterns. The $(datarootdir)/​clapf/​zombienets.regex.dist file is a good start to create your own zombie regex file, ie. $(datarootdir)/​clapf/​zombienets.regex (///​usr/​local/​clapf/​zombienets.regex//​ by default).
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 There are cases when your smtp server running clapf is behind some smtp servers, so you don't deal with the real sender directly. Unfortunately this situation hinders clapf to find out whether a zombie has sent the email or not. To workaround the problem, you may specify the IP-addresses and hostnames you want clapf to skip. There are cases when your smtp server running clapf is behind some smtp servers, so you don't deal with the real sender directly. Unfortunately this situation hinders clapf to find out whether a zombie has sent the email or not. To workaround the problem, you may specify the IP-addresses and hostnames you want clapf to skip.