Author: P.Obel (22 Feb 13 1:34am)
I read the FAQ, and it states the best domains are ones that do not already receive spam. I have an otherwise unused domain name, that receives a lot of spam. And additionally have been hijacked by SPAM.
Meaning I get a lot of bounceback messages from servers which tell me unregistered email accounts have been sending messages.
I.e. the messages I get are:
"User could not receive message from firstname.lastname@example.org" where mydomain.com is my domain.
Obviously I have checked it is not my mail server sending out. So it is simply a spoof.
Can I use that domain with Project HoneyPot, or are there any other options, so I can make live miserable for the spammers?
I have no need for the domain, (from a mail perspective)