On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 04:09:17PM -0500, Matt_Domsch@Dell.com wrote:
> > directly on the list as members, but also the people who get LKML as
> > digest via Dell, as news, or via a mail exploder.
> The digests on lists.us.dell.com are run through SpamAssassin upon receipt
> from vger. It's caught an amazingly small number of spams (2 this month) -
> thanks to Matti and DaveM's efforts.
Quite so. We don't aim for 100% blocking, we can tolerate a few
leaking thru each month. A few each day would be too much.
I have been monitoring what our filters do catch; sometimes
there are things I prefer not to be captured, which means we
have to fine-tune the filters a bit.. I am also sometimes
(rarely) sending a note to the message originators that their
traffic is being captured.
Lately I have been hammering problems with HOTMAIL - which
internally uses some software telling "from mail pickup service"
(or something like that), which appears also in a number of
LOOPED messages. I have now removed that loop-signature
from being blocked, but I am worried...
> Matt Domsch
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