On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 10:25:49AM -0500, Barry A. Warsaw wrote:
That doesn't help the little guy like me who runs my own domain and tools and spends a 1/2 hour (or more) every morning just deleting spam, even while on vacation. :) And no itch is as persistent and annoying as my own.
"I'm here to talk to you about an itch *so* private..." Yeah. :-)
That said, my normal daily mail load is almost 300 these days, including 9 mailing lists, and my spamcount is about 15; I deal with them in about 2 minutes; and that's with *no* automated de-spamming, and about 200 posts a week to Usenet in 12 different groups.
I guess I'm just lucky.
Having said that, there's still no reason why Mailman can't and shouldn't do better, except perhaps for lack of resources <wink>. I'll follow up shortly with some other thoughts in this thread.
Well, I think the argument was over what constituted 'better', on which topic I think Chuq and I disagree a bit. ;-)
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