[Mailman-Users] Suspicious headers (was Deleting alist)

Mark Sapiro msapiro at value.net
Wed Nov 24 17:04:59 CET 2004

Brad Knowles wrote:

>At 7:21 AM -0800 2004-11-24, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>>  Hold for "suspicious header" occurs because a header matched one of the
>>  regexps in bounce_matching_headers - see "legacy spam filters" in
>>  Privacy options...->Spam filters.
>	Ahh.  Found it.  Apparently, there have been major spam problems 
>in the past with ozemail.com.au -- bad enough that they got added to 
>the "legacy spam filters" definition.  Since I didn't add this, I'm 
>rather loathe to remove it without approval from Barry.

Remove it from what? The 2.1.5 default list is as follows (from

# {header-name: regexp} spam filtering - we include some for example
# Lines that *start* with a '#' are comments.
to: friend at public.com
message-id: relay.comanche.denmark.eu
from: list at listme.com
from: .*@uplinkpro.com

It was the same in 2.1.4.

Or are you saying it is in the list for the mailman-users at python.org

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