doing dccproc -t many

Sean Rima sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net
Sun Apr 7 17:09:28 UTC 2002


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On Sun, 7 Apr 2002, Vernon Schryver said:

>> >> Every spam message I see here I do a dccproc -t many -w
>> ...
> 
>> > It's one thing to occassionally report the wrong message as spam,
>> > but something else to do it a zillion times.
> 
>> ...
>> I only report those that I know are spam,...
> 
> oh.  never mind what I said.  I read the first sentence as
> "Every message I see" instead of "Every spam message I see."
> 
> Reporting all spam as "many" is a Good Thing(tm).
> 

LOL, No, I would never report Mailing list mail and god knows what
else, saying that I let SA run on certain lists as I know they are open
to abuse, the Irish Linux list is one example, we get 3 or 4 spams per
day.

I am trying to work a receipe for Maildrop that will read the
combination of SA and DCC and decide automatically what to report as
SPAM. Possibly for the first week or so, I will just get it to add a
header telling me that it would have reported the mail as spam until I
am sure it is safe :)

Sean

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