Daniele P. <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 21 September 2006 15:23, John Kelly wrote:
> > >I don't agree. I have whitelisted the debian mailing lists. They are
> > > the first (and the only) source of spam in my inbox. I think that
> > > spamcop isn't entirely wrong.
> > You are saying that thousands of individual users should each do what
> > spamcop should already be doing for them.
> Sorry, but I don't want to say that. I want only to remark that debian
> mailing lists are source of spam.
> Additionally I'm not happy with my current solution (whitelist), but
> right now I don't have a plan to add and additional specific filter
> I hope that somebody could solve this problem at the source (debian
> Daniele P.
This has been discussed pretty extensively a while ago. The conclusion
was that d-u has pretty effective spam-filtering, the signal-to-noise
ratio is very low.
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.