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Douglas Tutty wrote:

Since the spam doesn't seem to be targeted specifically to *N*X system
users, it may be safe to think that their targeted audience mostly is
running *doze.  Sind *doze people can't handle .ps files easily there's
less incentive for the spammers to send .ps files.

So the list filter could drop any messages containing parts other than
text/html, .ps, and .gz files.

What about people who read Linux mailing-list mail on Windows?

The other thing I've noticed is that a new spam will have a subject
starting with Re: .  Could not the list filter verify that the subject
Re'd actually exists in the list archive within a set time frame (30

Then anyone who replies to an old message has their message ignored.


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