Fri Oct 11 19:37:46 UTC 2002
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Daniel V. Klein stated: > I'm one of the ones who does #3 - if an email makes it through my > filters that is obviously spam (e.g., a 419 fraud mail, or "hi, my > webcam is online", or "brutal rape website"), I just shitcan it for > the rest of the community by manually reporting it as "many". > > If anyone thinks this is wrong (including Tony!), please tell me. > <AOL mode> Me too :) </AOL mode> I cannot see anything wrong with doing the -t many to the old rape/web cam spams. I do not do it for the lists that I am on and that I am having trouble getting off. I just remove them from my whitelists. Sean -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.0 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Use GPG for Secure Mail iD8DBQE9pyfcHMnSWn2nApQRAk1SAKC+kZpddB8qkXHg4bL539iZxs2ElACdGSKN mwiTvW9v9DnCwzZuFF5L9R4= =LLk0 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- Sean Rima http://www.tcob1.net Linux User: 231986 Jabber: email@example.com THE VIEWS EXPRESSED HERE ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE OF MY WIFE.
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