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Re: Good Day - spamassin

hi ya 

a silly question ... if spamassassin caught the spam,
i assume it still received the spam and dumped it into a "rejected spam"
folder ???

i would rather see that the spam senders see a bounce email that
fills up their boxes with returned undeliverables..
	- at least thats what i think is happening with my setup
	( i only see a log from somebody that got rejected 
	( but i have no idea of its content .. and dont care
	( if i dont know who it was that sent it 

http://www.Linux-Sec.net/Mail   .. antispam filter stuff ..
	( sorry, its not debian-centric )

c ya

-- oz.net sounds like a good domain name :-)

On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Bob Nielsen wrote:

> On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 02:18:16PM +0900, Howland, Curtis wrote:
> > > What bothers me in all of this is that Debian lists are 
> > > managed so poorly
> > > to let this happen.
> > 
> > The Debian lists are deliberately not "subscriber only may post" on
> > the theory that it's better to press DEL than to prevent someone from
> > posting.
> apt-get install spamassassin
> It trapped that one for me as well as 99% of the spam I receive.

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