Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Someone on Risks made a point that you might not want a load of
> untrusted parties filtering your mail (which might have untended
> consequences if someone, say, fed razor stuff that caused it
> to reject, say, security advisories as spam).
Well, sure, and I could have a cousin in Nigeria who really does want me
to partake in a business opportunity, and my spam filter would catch
that. If you're already scanning your spam bucket for false positives,
then this isn't an issue. If this IS an issue, you can whitelist
'important' addresses and siphon them off before they hit Razor.
waider at waider.ie / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me
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