On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, Justin Mason wrote:
> (a) phrased instructions: "reply with the word 'cat' in uppercase"
>> (b) images: "go to http://blah.com/foo.gif" and reply with the word in
> that image"
>> That should make it too labour-intensive for the spammers, I'd say, esp.
> if each list can have a different instruction phrase and password.
> Unfortunately, it's still stuck in "idea" phase for me so far. :(
Regrettably this is likely to break Colm's (perfectly reasonable) requirement
not to discourage new people.
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