[Mailman-Users] spam, spamcop and mailman moderation

Gadi Evron ge at linuxbox.org
Fri Nov 10 17:52:05 CET 2006

On Fri, 10 Nov 2006, Carl Zwanzig wrote:
> I'm not sure how this fails a reality test. Are any anti-spam measures
> in place currently?  If not, mailman is certainly not the place to 
> start. That place is the incoming mail MTA.  (If you run your own servers,
> installing spamassassin shoundn't take too much time. If you're using a
> hosting server, then they should already have spam filters in place. If
> they don't/can't you might consider a service that does.)
> Once the MTA filters out what it can, and tags the suspect spam as such,
> -then- creating mailman filters does become an almost trivial task.
> Please search the mailman user's list archives, there have been many
> discussions about spam handling.
> z!

I cannot afford to spam filter some mailing lists. That's my problem.
With those I do, a lot still comes through and I am pretty good at it.

Sending the messages back is causing a lot of problem, and should be
considered again if it should remain ON by default.


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