[Mailman-Users] Help: spam filtering and email bouncing

Kinson Liu kliu at real.com
Wed Jun 14 02:02:25 CEST 2006

  Hi there,

The product of my company uses mailman and we have been receiving spams 
from time to time. The spams are not directly from spammers, but 
mailman-bounces and other valid list with -bounces at the end of the 
list name. We've been looking through bounce processing on the admin 
part, but it doesn't seem to be the solution of this question since it 
is only for disabling email accounts. Spam filter under privacy option 
seems the right place, but the two textareas do not make too much sense 
to me. Please help. One of the sample is pasted below.



*From:* mailman-bounces at lists.helixcommunity.org 
[mailto:mailman-bounces at lists.helixcommunity.org] *On Behalf Of *dacey 
*Sent:* Monday, June 12, 2006 7:38 AM
*To:* some-valid-email-list at helixcommunity.org
*Subject:* I'm not a follower... I'm a leader with the same idea


*Hearty reception,*



she sought in his face signs of the impression she was making on him. 
She tried to please him, not by her words only, but in her whole person. 
For his sake it was that she now lavished more care on her dress than 
before. She caught herself in reveries on what might have been, if she 
had not been married and he had been free. She blushed with emotion when 
he came into the room, she could not repress a smile of rapture when he 
said anything amiable to her. For several days now Countess Lidia 
Ivanovna had been in a state of intense excitement. She had learned that 
Anna and Vronsky were in Petersburg. Alexey Alexandrovitch must be saved 
from seeing her, he must be saved even from the torturing knowledge that 
that awful woman was in the same town with him, and that he might meet 
her any minute. Lidia Ivanovna made inquiries through her friends as to 
what those _infamous people_, as she called Anna and Vronsky, intended 
doing, and she endeavored so to guide every movement of her friend 
during those days that he could not come across them. The young 
adjutant, an acquaintance of Vronsky, through whom she obtained her 
information, and who hoped through Countess Lidia Ivanovna to obtain a 
concession, told her that they had finished their business and were 
going away next day. Lidia Ivanovna had already begun to calm down, when 
the next morning a note was brought her, the handwriting of which she 
recognized with horror. It was the handwriting of Anna Karenina. The 
envelope was of


*Kinson Liu* | Software Development Engineer | RealNetworks, Inc. | 
kliu at real.com | 206.892.6177

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