[Mailman-Users] spam filtering

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Wed Jan 29 23:47:44 CET 2003

Front-end your mailing lists with a procmail filter that uses

On Wed, 2003-01-29 at 12:00, Robin Rowe wrote:
> By setting bounce_matching_headers I have mailman trapping some messages
> with content likely to be spam. This works really well, and I can approve
> the false positives to go through. I would like to check not just headers
> but the message body. There are a few phrases that would be good to catch
> there. Can I do that?
> The manual doesn't mention anything about this in the section,
> "Spam-specific posting filters". It would seem appropriate to say how to do
> this there, or if it can't be done.
> http://staff.imsa.edu/~ckolar/mailman/mailman-administration-v2.html
> By the way, I'm administering mailman for a SourceForge list. Didn't set it
> up myself. SourceForge creates some default spam filter rules, and I've been
> adding to those.
> Thanks!
> Robin
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