doing dccproc -t many

Sean Rima sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net
Sun Apr 7 17:12:24 UTC 2002


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On Sun, 7 Apr 2002, Earl A. Killian told this:

>  > The method here is to  run through SA, and then DCCPROC. Any mail that
>  > then arrives at my inbox with a SA spam warning, I verify it and if it
>  > is spam do a ricochet and dcc -t many on it. Of course I am sending it
>  > to one of the open servers as I a dialup only.
> 
> There's a good chance that you're going to a lot of work that isn't
> necessary, as it's probably the case that DCC already has those
> messages marked "many".  You might want to see what it says for a few
> and then decide whether to continue doing this by hand.

Maybe they do but if I get a spam mail at the end of a 30 day period of
when it is in the dcc list then reporting it would keep it there longer,
well that is my way of reading how the system works. I don't mind
spending the time as I have to wade through the damn things anyway

Sean

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