Re: [email@example.com: Re: c/r for nonsubscribers Re: Posting on the list [firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: md5sum <FILE produces spurious ` -' in output]]
On Wed, Jun 02, 2004 at 09:49:05AM +1000, Pascal Hakim wrote:
> I've seen figures as high as 85% of email to Debian lists being spam
> talked about. No more than 1% of that hits my inbox. That's impressive.
> Spam mails fake headers anyway, a c-r system would not stop the spam,
> it would just make it harder for people with real reasons to use the
> lists to post.
While it's true that a c/r system which whitelists senders is spoofable,
that's not a characteristic of all c/r systems.
a c/r system which only lets a single message through for each c/r
a c/r system which whitelists pgp keys (allowing through messages signed
Both of these require a significantly higher commitment to dealing with
incoming email than current spammers have exhibitted.