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Re: SPAM mails marking bugs as done?

* Quoting Wichert Akkerman <wichert@wiggy.net> [14 May-02 12:48]:
> Previously Andreas Metzler wrote:
> > Afaict KDE uses debbugs (http://bugs.kde.org/) and they seem to have
> > at least kind of a solution, they replace every "@" on the WWW-Pages
> > with " at " and do not disclose full headers.
> Which address harvester will still happily recognize as an email address
> so it gains you absolutely nothing.

How about sending mails from unrecognized addresses (i.e. ! @debian, ! bug
submitter, ! pgp signed) through spamassassin?

Isn't this done today to emails to lists not sent from a subscribed address?

Dont know how the machine load is affected though, but it could always be
handled by another machine to preprocess the BTS mails.


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