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Topic # 222643 22-Aug-2017 11:10
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Hey guys,


 


Currently got a catchall setup on my email. Using my own domain that is hardly known anywhere so it isnt a first guess for spam bots.
Recently in the last few days I have been receiving about 1000 spam messages a day, reaching the limit of 10,000 emails per month with mail gun fairly promptly.
Its just general spam from every corner of the web. I have enabled the spam filtering now with mailgun and will see how it goes but i am still seeing spam show up in my inbox.

You can see its a big jump from what it was.
Lets hope it isnt just MailGuns way of cornering their users to purchase a premium package.. 


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  Reply # 1850232 22-Aug-2017 11:29
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"Will retry in 14400 seconds: wipoastxgkoudm@margis.us →  'Healthy body and strong erection! Tht's what Cialis Daily means.' Server response: 421 4.7.0 [184.173.153.202 15] Our system has detected that this message is 4.7.0 suspicious due to the nature of the content and/or the links within. 4.7.0 To best protect our users from spam, the message has been blocked. 4.7.0 Please visit 4.7.0 https://support.google.com/mail/answer/188131 for more information. i10si12346251qtg.11 - gsmtp"

How does one stop mailgun from retrying these messages that gmail is filtering?





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  Reply # 1850234 22-Aug-2017 11:32
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Points to who ever spots the unintentional easter egg in the above example.. 


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1850860 23-Aug-2017 07:31
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After enabling the spam filter on mailgun its dropped back to normal. Half of our internets traffic surely must be porn and spam email... 


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  Reply # 1866866 15-Sep-2017 13:37
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Why do you use mailgun for those incoming email? Personally I think mailgun is good for sending, not receiving. You may try zoho. It's totally free.


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