[clug] Re: surgery

Tim Potter tpot at samba.org
Sat Apr 24 06:31:02 GMT 2004

On Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 11:23:46AM +1000, Jepri wrote:

> >Automated response systems are bad, bad, bad. They just cause more
> >problems for others.

There must be hundreds of thousands of automated response systems in 
the form of list request addresses.  Why aren't we constantly being
bombarded by messages from these automated response systems?  We run
spamassassin and some other stuff before passing a message through
to mailman which probably does it's own filtering.

> Seconded, I get more virus bounce messages than I get actual viruses.

Me too, but that's only because it's easier to filter viruses than
the multitude of virus bounce formats.

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