At same time as python-gammu has been releases, I also made available packages for new gammu and python-gammu releases in my private repository. The gammu differs a bit from official version as I found ugly bug in AT driver just after the release.
Official debian packages will be available as soon as my sponsor uploads them.
After my mailserver started to reject mails from servers where I want to accept mails, I decided to finally try to disable DNS blacklisting. Earlier I whitelisted some domains, but the list has grown too much.
I still use DNS blacklists as helping criterias for SpamAssasin, but being on blacklist is now not enough to reject legitimate mail. Let's see if spam amount in my mailbox will increase, but I doubt it will, other checks are also quite restrictive.
During regullar review of additions to phone database, I noticed that some people tried to add spam and links to their sites. I'm not going to add any further restrictions on database, but to make spammers life a bit harder, I added logging of IP addresses which I'm going to block if they attempt to add some links.
Fortuntely spam volume is htere low enogh to be still handled manualy.
What the hell am I doing wrong that I can not send mail to any @debian.org address?
SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data: host master.debian.org [188.8.131.52]: 550 Administrative prohibition
None of SMTP servers I used is blacklisted and I haven't seen problem
with any other recipient than master.debian.org. Anyway it would be
great if I would know what this
Administrative prohibition means.
After googling I found out that it might be something bad in my headers,
but nothing what would tell me how to fix it...