The Cork list is subscriber only as it's a very low traffic list. It gets
about 12-14 spams a day, usually about 30 or more at the weekend. The ILUG is
better known so I wouldn't like to imagine the amount of time Colm spends
going through "Search for discard", click discard, search, discard, etc. (if
you've used the mailman admin interface you'll know what I mean!)
Spamassasin is going to make an appearance on the site eventually but that
won't happen before a server upgrade AFAIR. (and that's a while away!)
On Tuesday 02 July 2002 12:17, Mark Kilmartin wrote:
> Can one of the admins give us an idea of the amount of spam that is
> already trapped by the existing spam filters that I understand are in
>> This will give everybody an idea of the percentage that actually gets
> And we might realize that this isn't as big a problem as we think.
>> On Tue, 2002-07-02 at 12:12, nils Olofsson wrote:
> > Just on spam again...
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