[Rspamd-Users] Abusix Mail Intelligence

Vsevolod Stakhov vsevolod at rspamd.com
Thu Mar 4 14:57:48 UTC 2021

On 04/03/2021 14:41, Steve Freegard via Users wrote:
> Hello,
> Some of you may or may not be aware, but Abusix provides rspamd with
> millions of spam trap messages per day which are used to train the Fuzzy
> Checksums and to help develop and test new rules.
> The same spam trap messages that we provide to the rspamd project are
> also used to create Abusix Mail Intelligence, which is a suite of DNS
> lists for mail and can be used as a drop-in replacement for services
> like Spamhaus, SURBL, URIBL, Invaluement, Cloudmark CSI, Trend Micro ERS
> or SORBS - but we provide much more additional intelligence than is
> available elsewhere at no extra charge.
> As we develop and test our DNS lists using rspamd as it has the best API
> for this, this means that everything we do is 100% supported in rspamd.
> Abusix Mail Intelligence is available for free to anyone that does < 5k
> queries per day, but we'd like to offer all rspamd users 10% off their
> first year subscription for those that don't fit into our free plan.
> All you need to do is sign-up for a 14-day trial here:
> https://abusix.com/products/abusix-mail-intelligence/ and then configure
> rspamd as per our documentation which you can find here:
> https://docs.abusix.com/105726-setup-abusix-mail-intelligence/rspamd-configuration
> During the 14-day trial we will then sample the average number of daily
> DNS queries over a 10-day period to determine what query plan would be
> most suitable for you and you can see the number of queries and the
> current average in our User Portal.   If you do < 5k queries per day,
> then it's totally free.
> If you decide that you want to continue the service after the trial
> period, then use the discount code RSPAMD and this will apply 10% off
> for your first year.
> And as a further bonus, any subscribers to Abusix Mail Intelligence will
> automatically receive access to the Rspamd Premium Fuzzy and RBL service
> detailed here: https://rspamd.com/doc/usage_policy.html

I would also like to thank Abusix and Steve in person for their help and
support that improves spam filtering for thousands of Rspamd users!

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