I am not sure if it is possible for lists. However I use spamcop.net which
blocked the same messages when they were sent directly to me, before they even
reached my machine. Also it stops viruses.
I guess spamcop could be set up to receive all mail which is sent to the lists
and then simply forward it all back out again. It's not perfect but I'd say its
preventing around 95% of the spam I'm getting.
Quoting John Allen <john.allen at online.ie>:
> Yeah surely we could filter out this crap. Jeez I do it at home with
>> Declan Houlihan wrote:
>> >Jesus, Did ILUG join a special mailing list for these things, we
> >seem to get nearly as many of these mails as we do about normal stuff
> >these days.
> >On Sat, Oct 12, 2002 at 08:10:33AM +0000, MARCUS GARVIN wrote:
> >>I PRESUME THIS MAIL WILL NOT BE A SURPRISE TO YOU.
> >>I AM AN ACCOUNTANT WITH THE MINISTRY OF MINERAL
> >>RESOURCES AND ENERGY IN SOUTH AFRICA AND ALSO A MEMBER
> >>OF CONTRACTS AWARDING COMMITTEE OF THIS MINISTRY UNDER
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