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Re: ok, how about your favorite spam filter?
depends. serverside or clientside?
i use procmail for clientside. i have various rules set up to filter mail
for mailing lists, but the line that catches most spam for me is :
# this handles mail that is delivered to me but does
# not have any of my known addresses in the To: field
i would definitely recommend setting procmail log file that you can tail
to see where *all* of your mail is going so that you can fine tune your
filter to not catch any mail that you don't consider spam. i also set
$SPAM to be a valid mail folder just in case something gets tagged that i
wanted to read. i also have this same rule set up for CC fields as well.
On Tue, 29 May
2001, Robert Threet wrote:
> What's everybody using for spam? I was looking at the
> solution in the Sendmail book - yuk. How much
> overhead does that add?
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