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Sean Rima sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net
Wed May 15 23:56:52 UTC 2002


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On Wed, 15 May 2002, Vernon Schryver muttered drunkenly:

>> From: Sean Rima <sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net>
> 
>> I have whitelisted almost all of the mailing-lists that I get except
>> two, which are open and therefore prone to spam. Is there any point
>> of doing a dccproc -t many on the spam messages to the lists?
> 
> What's the point of using `dccproc -t many` on any spam, except to
> mark it as very bulky for anyone who receives a subsequent copy?  The
> immediate source of the spam affects that point only if all subsequent
> copies will also be delivered by white-listed mailing lists.
> 

Nope that is fair enough, I will dccproc -t many all that come into the
ilug mailing list, seems to be a haven for spam :(

See Ya, Sean

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  Sean Rima                                http://www.tcob1.net
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