on the topic of spam...
i happen to collect it, and would love to receive your spam, so feel
free to resend spam to spam at dishone.st.
NB: /resend/ - NOT FORWARD. do not forward me spam! use your mailers
'resend' or 'bounce' or 'redirect' feature to send it on to me.
what happens to it?
- spam that my .procspam doesnt catch, i look for regex's to stick
into my procmail score .procspam - once i have it a bit better
fine-tuned i'll post it up somewhere.
- once every day or two i run my accumulated spam through my
anti-spam reporting tools (rbcheck at the moment, but perhaps more in
the future - i'm open to suggestions).
On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, John Madden wrote:
> On (01/07/02 16:46), nils Olofsson didst pronounce:
> > ilug are[is] reciving huge amount of spam why not put filters on the
> > list to check for keywords like 'Business Opportunity'.
> > what do you say folks....
> > Nils
> Spamassassin and procmail are your friends. I haven't gotten any spam
> into my ILUG folder in ages - spamassassin catches it all and throws it
> into another folder that I check about once a day.
> Chat ya later,
> BOFH excuse #91: Mouse chewed through power cable
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