D. J. Bernstein
djb at ...3709...
Fri Oct 5 19:56:03 EDT 2001
> in fact it had better stats in a recent survey then sendmail or Qmail
> with regards to being spam relays
You're talking about the fact that Postfix has only a small fraction of
the SMTP servers in ORDB. qmail, for example, has nearly 8 times more.
You're ignoring the fact that Postfix has only a small fraction of the
SMTP servers on the Internet. qmail, for example, has 11 times more.
Dividing these two numbers produces a much more sensible measurement of
the misconfiguration frequency for common SMTP servers:
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