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Re: SPAM mails marking bugs as done?



On Wed, May 15, 2002 at 11:44:11AM +0200, di5alfs@cse.kau.se 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?

and ! already commented on the bug ...

-- 
Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@bluecherry.net>                This thing is an AI
 
<Knghtbrd> mariab - don't think Debian hasn't had some very stupid and
           obvious bugs before
<Knghtbrd> of course, we usually fix ours BEFORE we release  =D

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