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* On 12-01-02 at 17:02
* Paul Chvostek said....
On Sat, Jan 12, 2002 at 12:34:10PM +0100, Nick Wilson wrote:
What I'd like is a simple set of anti-spam recipes that i can include in
my .procmailrc and filter to a quarantine file for a while to check it's
working then /dev/null
If someone has a spam rc I can have or can point me to one I'd be most
Check out http://www.it.ca/software/procmail-spamtrap .
It's getting a bit large, but it's far from the level of complexity of
spambouncer and the like (I have yet to assign the time to wrap my brain
around scoring), and it should be really really simple to set up. It's
getting better than 95% of the spam that comes in here, and has had no
false positives in the past 5 days (about 15000 hits I think).
Thanks Paul, I've tried to include it but it's giving me 'couldn't read
Do you know what I might look for or how I can get a slightly more
verbose error message to track it down?
Tel: +45 3325 0688
Fax: +45 3325 0677
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