On Sat, 7 Jun 1997 13:10:38 -0400 (EDT),
"Mike A. Harris" <mharris(_at_)blackwidow(_dot_)saultc(_dot_)on(_dot_)ca> wrote:
On Sat, 7 Jun 1997, era eriksson wrote:
A simple recipe to filter on obviously bogus IP numbers should have
caught this one.
Can you suggest one?
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Head is getting flatter still as stuff is being taken off top of it.
so you might want to subscribe if you want to discuss
these things. Another promising start-up seems to be the NoCem-E
initiative -- I haven't had the time to check it out in practice, but
the idea seems good and workable.
I'll check that out as well. I've become a member of CAUCE and
the more ANTI-SPAM groups, the better!
This is not an anti-spam group per se, but a rather interesting
approach at battling spam. When you come up with a good spam filter,
you can PGP sign it and send it to a mailing list, and the folks on
that list can have their software automatically update their own
filters if they trust you, or look at the recipe and add it only when
they've approved. Like I said, I haven't tested this in practice yet,
but I think I will.
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