On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 19:22:44 +0100, CPH wrote:
> On Monday 26 July 2004 19:06, Patrick O'Connor - PatchCom Services
>>> CPH wrote:
>>> Is there something mis-configured in the ilug mail server (or
>>> mailing list handler) that it's allowing all this crap mail
>>> thru ?
>>>>> Its the new MyDoom virus, I guess...
>> slashdot frontpage
>>>> Oh, no basic filtering is done to prevent such bounces/etc getting
> to the list ?
> I thought that it should be possible to configure the mailing list
> to ignore such messages with spamassasin/etc.
> I moderate a mailing list for openoffice where I get well over 1000
> mails per day to moderate (frequently over 2000), but the simple
> perl script I have removes most of the crud leaving me with about
> 20-40 mails to check for moderation.
> If anyone is interested in this script they are more than welcome
> to use it.
I would love to get my itchy fingers on that script if you can point me
to it please :)
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