Re: Good Day - spamassin
On Thursday, 2002-09-12 at 10:20:39 +0200, Marcel Hicking wrote:
> --On Mittwoch, 3. Juli 2002 14:04 +0300 Samuli Suonpaa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >>i would rather see that the spam senders see a bounce email that
> >>fills up their boxes with returned undeliverables..
> >So if some spammes forged headers and puts, for instance,
> >email@example.com there you feel it's your job to mail-bomb me?
> Happend to me. ~60000 mails in my inbox... I was quite
> amused... When mutt had finally managed to delete 5000 mails,
> during that time at least the same amount of new mails had
> arrived already. Stuffed my line quite a bit...
Same here. I had collected about 4500 when I started using procmail
filters. I had to add more subject lines almost every day because I
wanted to see legitimate bounces and filter only those the Spammer
The filter collected 17000 more bounces before the Spammer ceased using
my name. So I was more fortunate than you:
1) This ran over weeks, not in a few days.
2) There where only a quarter of your bounces.
I educated quite a few people who sent remove requests about the dangers
of doing that. The best one was this:
REMOVE ME FROM YOUR MAILING LIST NOW OR ELSE I WILL HAVE TO REPORT
YOU THE WEB ADMINISTRATOR
Oooohhh, I'm scared...
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