Scott Wunsch said:
> On Tue, 15-Jan-2002 at 11:44:42 -0000, Barry Redmond wrote:
>> > mail servers. I've been wondering lately about using a spam trap of
> > some kind. You know, a dummy address for which you assume all
> > received mail is spam and then block all similar incoming to any
> > destination.
>>http://razor.sourceforge.net/ (Vipul's Razor)
> Not only did somebody already think of this, they're actually doing it on a
> distributed basis ;-).
> Oh, and speaking of Vipul's Razor, SpamAssassin is capable of querying it
> for you.
yep. More spamtraps are always welcome BTW -- I have an entire domain
you can set spamtraps to forward to, if you like.
BTW -- spamtraps are very groovy -- they take the idea behind spam (send
identical messages to a huge number of recipients) and use it against
the spammers, martial arts style ;)
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