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Donncha O Caoimh writes:
>Are you training SA at all? Do you have the latest SA? I get almost the
>same amount of spam as you do, but only 1-2 (if that!) gets through to
>>Hmm, just noticed that SA 2.61 is out! I think I only have 2.6
2.61 is recommended, since it contains a fix for some MS craziness
(Outlook 2003 no longer generates Message-IDs).
But regarding the spam on the ILUG lists -- one problem is that
these lists remove HTML text parts if there's a text/plain available,
and some recent spammers are using a spamtool that generates a
text/plain part full of random words and nothing else -- the spam
payload is in the text/html part, which is stripped.
So these are all getting past our spamfilters I think, because the
most spammy bits are being stripped.
>Joe Desbonnet wrote:
>> Too much spam on this list (not that a few spams a day makes much
>> difference on the
>> 200-500 I get *after* spamassasin and mozilla filtering).
>>>> Email is getting just plain useless. An Post: all is forgiven.
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