> Without wishing to offend you or anyone else, I really don't care. Spam
> is basically a fact of life; anyone who's active on the Net will
> eventually get it by one vector or another, and obfuscating addresses on
> a mail archive site isn't going to make any significant difference.
Actually it does, like it or not.
If you don't feel like poking with the sources -- and I would agree with you
that local customisations are a curse and should generally be avoided --
then at least set up a few rules in your apache config files to disable
access from various WWW client agents.
There's more information on http://mosa.unity.ncsu.edu/~brabec/antispam.html
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