Mon Jan 14 19:00:03 UTC 2002
Vernon Schryver <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Yes, the main idea of the DCC is not to collect and spread individual > reports of spam, but to count and so detect bulk mail. > `dccproc -t many` is both a response to the impossibility of keeping > bad guys from applying `dccproc -t 1` a million times to a non-bulk > message and a hack for accepting and spreading reports from good guys > of mail that is very bulky because it is unsolited. Would it be useful to setup a spam-magnet address and whenever it receives mail -- obviously spam -- run it through "dccproc -t many"?
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