[SATLUG] Did anyone else get this email?
dkowis at shlrm.org
Mon Dec 10 19:13:08 CST 2007
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Jim Wells wrote:
> If you look at the archives online you will see the e-mail addresses
> are USER_AT_SATLUG.ORG. I have HEARD that the spambots are
> sophisticated enough to turn those obscured e-mail addresss into the
> correct user at satlug but I don't know for sure. TIs there someone on
> the list who knows whether that is true or not?
Programatically, that's ridiculously simple to overcome. There's nothing
to it. It's barely "obscure."
Statistical spam filtration works great :)
It catches 98.119% of all my spam.
Not that any of you care, but here's the statistics from my mail server.
SPAM messages Good messages
Since last reset 622 missed 38 missed
27872 caught 6565 delivered
97.817% caught 0.575% missed
Total processed by filter 622 missed 38 missed
27872 caught 6597 delivered
I get a lot of mail and dspam does an excellent job of filtering it. And
the best part: I don't have to work on maintaining blacklists or rely on
any third party (other than the developers of the software) to keep my
spam filtration up to date. It evolves to keep the spam down.
Of course, I'm probably preaching to the choir. </rant>
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