[TriLUG] spam filtering
jim at neuse.net
Sun Aug 17 13:55:09 EDT 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Benjamin Reed [mailto:ranger at befunk.com]
> Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2003 1:46 PM
> To: Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list
> Subject: Re: [TriLUG] spam filtering
> TMDA is a mail sentry. So if you e-mail me and I've never talked to
> you before, and you're not in my whitelist, and you're not on one of
> the mailing lists I'm on, it will ask for a confirmation that
> you're a
> human before allowing mail through.
badly needed these days the way folks sell names/addresses.
> I've put up a cleaned-up version of my scripts at
> http://ranger.befunk.com/misc/spam-filters.tar.bz2 if you
> want to take
> a look. It will unpack a "procmail" directory, everything in there
> should go in your homedir eventually, but make sure you've got things
> backed up and such first.
i'm pretty green at this stuff and haven't yet got email going on linux.
i'm more at the got-rh9-going-but-that's-all level. all good things in all
> I got real lucky in that I didn't mess anything up the first try, and
> it was a saturday morning so I wasn't getting much mail.
> Your mileage
> may vary. =)
my mileage is very bad. however, i have fun.
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