[Mailman-Users] Spam avoidance, revisited: best practices?
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Wed Aug 23 14:49:27 CEST 2006
Matt England wrote:
> At 8/23/2006 06:43 AM, Oleg D. wrote:
>>> This is the best email I have yet to find describing how
>>> mail.python.org proactive kills spam:
>>> I'm also considering adding these capabilities (which may or may not
>>> be implicit in the above description) to combat spam:
>>> * Don't allow email from non-subscribers
>>> * Moderate email from new subscribers some period of time (probably
>>> a day to a week)
>>> Does mail.python.org do either or these things and/or is this
>>> generally a good practice?
>>> Any other suggestions?
>> Good practice is to filter spam with MTA. Not with mailman even.
>> Oleg D.
> Is that not what this link (mentioned above) states?
Exactly that is. :-)
don't believe every word people use to say, they might be wrong.
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