[Spambayes] spambayes fronting a mailing list?
Barry A. Warsaw
barry at python.org
Thu Jan 16 09:43:49 EST 2003
>>>>> "GAVH" == G Armour Van Horn <vanhorn at whidbey.com> writes:
GAVH> If your going into the administrative interface anyway ...
GAVH> When I used to get a message from Mailman about a message
GAVH> being held for my approval, the first page I hit told me
GAVH> why, whether it was too large, non-member post,
GAVH> whatever. Now I have to jump to a second page to learn that
GAVH> for each sender (and it's normally only one message per
GAVH> sender). Since you are putting up the neat summary windows
GAVH> with all the options on that first page, could we please
GAVH> have the reason for the hold in there? Pretty please?
This is better discussed on mailman-developers, or better yet, file a
bug report. :) But it seems like a reasonable suggestion!
GAVH> As to how long it would take to make a difference, based on
GAVH> what folks have said here I suspect that any list with ten
GAVH> messages a day would be over 99% accurate by the end of a
GAVH> week. Since half my Mailman moderation is probably spam
GAVH> these days, I'm looking forward to it.
That's doesn't sound too onerous as a training regimen for lists.
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