Re: How to reject spam with embedded graphics
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On 03/07/07 07:32, Chris Lale wrote:
> Ron Johnson wrote:
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>> On 03/07/07 05:19, Chris Lale wrote:
>>> There was some discussion on the list a while ago about how to deal with
>>> spam that has text as graphics embedded in it. There was disagreement
>>> about whether or not to use it to teach SpamAssassin. I have continued
>>> feeding this spam to SpamAssassin, but a large amount still gets
>>> Does anyone know of a way to deal with spam with embedded graphics? I
>>> cannot use greylisting on a home desktop machine.
>>> Any thoughts welcome.
>> fuzzyocr is supposed to handle this. I'm not sure if it's in Etch.
> Its in Unstable but depends on libdigest-md5-perl which is not in Etch.
> There are instructions for Sarge and Etch at
> I think I'll give it a whirl.
I just tried it and it has (I think) already caught a few spams.
> Thanks Ron.
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