[Mailman-Users] SPAM On Mailman

Allan Herman nxnw at rogers.com
Sat Mar 30 17:31:26 CET 2013

Why don't you just reject/discard all email unless it is from a subscriber?

On 03-30-2013, at 9:55 AM, Fred Atkinson <fatkinson at mishmash.com> wrote:

>      I have several lists that are receiving SPAM messages from multiple sources.  The lists do not forward them since I have it set not to.  
>      But often I have to go through the process of manually deleting them from the queue and I get messages telling me how many messages are pending approval.  
>      I ban the email addresses and set them to be auto discarded.  But the SPAMmers rarely use the same address twice.  
>      Is there any way to set Mailman to just delete these messages rather than hold them for approval?  
>      Regards,  
>                                                                                Fred 
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