Re: SPAM WARNING: spammers use Debian lists for harvesting
On Wednesday 03 October 2001 07:12 am, Petr [Dingo] Dvorak wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Oct 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I managed to stay 'clean' for nearly 9 months to my primary account, now
> > I'm spitting chips at the vision of my e-mail address brunt onto some
> > get-rich-quick-marketting-tool CD-R. :-(
> eh, even if you haven't subscribed to any mailing list, there is a good
> chance that your isp sells your email to make little extra profit, install
> mailfilter and/or procmail, set up some rules and you won't have that much
> of a problem.
Or if you're into Perl, Mail::Audit works well with Mail::SpamAssassin.
I find the effective rule is to trash mail that doesn't have my email in the From: address. Hopefully the spammers won't ever catch on...
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> Petr [Dingo] Dvorak email@example.com
> Coder - Purple Dragon MUD pdragon.org port 3333
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