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Re: [anti-spam-wg@ripe.net] Anti-Spam measures

  • From: Eric Luyten < >
  • Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 11:15:56 +0200 (CEST)

> Hi everyone,
> 
> I've been watching this working group for some time now, as my company is
> always trying to reduce the amount of spam originating from our networks. I
> still haven't found any solutions that will work for us, but I have a couple
> of Idea's that I'd like to share with you.
...
> I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the above Ideas, and maybe some
> people on this list are in a position to take these ideas forward into a
> working solution, unless there are any blindingly obvious reasons why these
> could never work?

Dave,


Two high-volume, technical anti-spam mailing lists are

   SPAM-L     (LISTSERV@localhost)
and
   SPAMTOOLS  (majordomo@localhost)

Subscribe (digest format available, instructions are mailed to 
you when you subscribe, or check their Web pages) to those lists 
and read, read, read...

To return to your original suggestions : they have some merit, have
flaws, have been adopted at some places, have been vigorously criti-
sized by other admins, etc...


Eric Luyten, Computing Centre VUB/ULB.



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