Re: Antigen found HTML/MimeExploit.IFRAME (CA(InoculateIT),CA(Vet)) v irus
On Wed, 29 May 2002 19:05, Glenn Maynard wrote:
> You sent this privately for no obvious reason, so I'm replying back to
> the list.
> On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 06:40:27PM +0200, Russell Coker wrote:
> > > > Listmaster, can blizzard.com be blocked from sending future mail to
> > > > the list?
> > >
> > > Hooray for destructive overreaction.
> > How is it destructive or an over-reaction?
> Nuke the entire company due to an annoying autoresponder? If you want to
If no-one nukes the company then what reason do they have to fix their
servers to not send the spam?
> stop these messages, just blackhole the autoresponder. This isn't spam
> intended soley to be annoying, and even the most annoying of spam only gets
> "X-Spam-Status: Yes" added. The fact that we're receiving these messages
> at all means someone there is interested in the list; booting people off of
> mailing lists is destructive.
I was not suggesting booting anyone off the list. Just denying them the
ability to post with a From: address in the bad domain.
> Better: add *ANTIGEN_EXCHANGE*@ to the blacklist on the spam filter, and
> let people choose for themselves. That's why it's there--forced filtering
> is bad. (I assume you *are* blocking positive hits via X-Spam-Status,
> since you're so annoyed by this.)
Yes, I block anything that has headers indicating that it's spam.
I do not get viruses because I do not use MS software.
If you use Outlook then please do not put my email address in your
address-book so that WHEN you get a virus it won't use my address in the
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