Re: Challenge-response mail filters considered harmful (by spammers)
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Aug 3 22:34:48 2003
> Alan Connor <email@example.com> writes:
> > The sig would look like this:
> > --
> > Please include this signature in any response to this mail. Thank You.
> > 030303284857463625397654736322637485969437549596969685747
> That would be a bad implementation. First, that's not a valid
> signature delimiter. Second, if it were, many MUAs strip off
> signatures automatically in quoted replies.
My mistake. I was exhausted. It goes at the top.
It is easy to use formail to generate a unique message ID...Do you think
it would be practical to use these instead? I don't know whether they
would be stripped or not. You have the option of using the Message-ID
header, or the Resent-Message-ID header...
For Linux/Bash users: Eliminate spam with the Mailbox-Sentry-Program.
See: http://tinyurl.com/inpd for the scripts and docs.