I realise this but the debian lists aren't doing that one basic thing which
really, truly, does stop atleast 70% of all spam, probably more, sent to
lists. Most of what we ALL get through these lists are from garbage
addresses. and DNSBLs don't help when the email is being relayed through a
'white' host. Not at the front door anyway. And I don't want to have to
process them at all.
--On Tuesday, March 16, 2004 11:30 +1100 Russell Coker
On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 03:40, Michael Loftis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
or how about even restricting to subscribers only, that'd be a start.
Forging the From: field is standard practise for spam, forging it to be a
list subscriber is no technical challenge.
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