Re: Spam on the BTS (was: Spam on this list)
In article <20050902090906.GC4276@wonderland.linux.it> md@Linux.IT writes:
>> Would it be acceptable to reject or drop more non-spam? (We could
>I am uncomfortable with dropping any mail, but I encourage a sensible
>policy to reject spam.
Sorry if I did not make it clear before, we already are dumping
100,000 messages/day into files noone ever looks at other than in
unusual situations. (If someone reports having a problem getting a
message through to owner@bugs, I do grep through them. This happens a
few times a year.) The only thing being discussed is how aggressive
the spam filters are tuned, not if we do it or not.
Blars Blarson email@example.com
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