On Thursday 15 April 2004 13:01, ( Admin ) bryan wrote:
> It occurs to me that a large amount of Spam gets it's feedback when
> someone loads an
> email and it contains an external image link.
>> Is there any popular way to disable this is ? For example here is what
> does when you mark a message as Spam ....
> <A href=3D"http://fork.pasede.com/gp/default.asp?ID=3D10045"><IMG
> alt=3D"Here" hspace=3D0 src=3D"http://lugging.haoltal.com/hi.gif"> align=3Dbaseline border=3D0></A>
Using MailScanner & Spamassassin, you can choose to convert html to text for
spams, so they dont autoload images... as well as disabling "dangerous html"
Worth a look.
> I can't see any immediate reference to this in the
> spamassassin/sanitizer documentation .
>> I don't think banning html messages altogether would please my users.
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