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popsneaker vs. bandwidth consumption [was:Re: Virus emails]

mh@glandium.org (Mike Hommey) writes:

> a ${HOME}/.procmailrc containing :
> :0 D
> /dev/null
> helps catching 95%... But the bandwidth is still used... I'm still looking for 
> a pure MTA solution...
This is unfortunately not a pure MTA solution but at least saves quite
some bandwith:

---------------- snip ---------------------
Package: popsneaker
Status: install ok installed
Priority: optional
Section: mail
Installed-Size: 159
Maintainer: Stefan Baehre <deb@ixtools.de>
Version: 0.6.2-1
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.2-1), libgcc1 (>= 1:3.3.1-1), libstdc++5 (>= 1:3.3.1-1), libtcp4u3, logrotate
Recommends: fetchmail | popclient
 /etc/popsneakerrc 40cc5a1635d4bc41678d3dccc7f21e73
 /etc/logrotate.d/popsneaker af45e2150e4dc61758c7b605de491e3d
Description: Flexible spam filter for POP3 email accounts.
 popsneaker is a flexible email filter. It can delete spam mails without
 downloading them to the local host.
---------------- snip ---------------------

Unfortunately it is not included in Debian, but there is an apt-get
enabled .deb repositiory available at "http://ixtools.de/popsneaker/";.

Maybe someone (other than me ;) would be interested in making it an
official part of Debian?

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