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 Edit clapf.conf and set the **blackhole_email_list** variable: Edit clapf.conf and set the **blackhole_email_list** variable:
  
-**blackhole_email_list=trapaddress1@domain,​trapaddress2@domain**+<​code>​ 
 +blackhole_email_list=trapaddress1@domain,​trapaddress2@domain 
 +</​code>​
  
 That's all. clapf will learn every email sent to the trap addresses as spam unless it already recognises it correctly. That's all. clapf will learn every email sent to the trap addresses as spam unless it already recognises it correctly.
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 === Other tips === === Other tips ===
  
-You can do even more with the blackhole database. ​clapf puts the IP-address of the sender host (the host passing the email to us) to the minefield table.+You can do even more with the blackhole database. ​Clapf puts the IP-address of the sender host (the host passing the email to us) to the minefield table.
  
 You may create a blackhole zone assembled by the content of the minefield table. Then configure your SMTP server to check every incoming connection aginst this zone and reject mail in case of a proven spam sender. You may create a blackhole zone assembled by the content of the minefield table. Then configure your SMTP server to check every incoming connection aginst this zone and reject mail in case of a proven spam sender.
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-If you want to minimise lost email due to the RBL list, I suggest to reject with '450 ....' smtp code (known as 'temp fail'​). 
  
 Run a regular cron job to purge aged entries from the minefield table, eg. Run a regular cron job to purge aged entries from the minefield table, eg.