I didn't mean to criticise/give offence or anything (someone mailed me off
list who seemed to think I did) but I was just wondering "if anything could
be done" about those messages.
Maybe it was a stupid question, seeing as I know virtually nothing about
mailman, listservs, or server side spam filtering, but thanks for answering
> Martin Feeney wrote:
> | On Tue, 20 Aug 2002 10:14:59 Ciaran Mac Lochlainn wrote:
> |> is it really necessary to send these to the list?
> | What's happening is that the scumbag spammers are forging the from
> | address to be ilug at linux.ie as well, so the notification to them that
> | their email is being reviewed gets sent back to the from address:
> | ilug at linux.ie> |
> | Martin.
>> Not to belabour the point, but noone can legitimately send mail to ilug
> from ilug at linux.ie, so Mailman should be catching this and stopping it.
> Not sending confirms or whatever, just dropping the mail on the floor.
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