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UseNet-Posting-02141- at zocki.toppoint.de
Thu Dec 12 19:02:00 EST 2002
mbp at samba.org(Martin Pool) 12.12.02 12:39
>People writing from (say) China may be using
>a mail client that sends messages in a Chinese character set. Some of
>those character sets contain latin characters, so they may have in
>fact been writing a purely English message, or perhaps an English
>message with a part-Chinese sig block.
Yepp. that is done by several chinese "free" email providers...
>Discarding these messages was incorrect; what was worse was that the
>old system gave no indication of how to fix the problem and the
>messages were dropped without review. :-(
Those chinese chars were placed by the providers in the last some
lines like a signature/footer.
There is an inforamtion from "KISA" how to tag "legal" korean spam:
2. For the reference, you could filter Korean Spam mails by
using the strings introduced below.
People who would like to advertise adult stuff should put the
sign of '("ù"¬àî¡/¢'¡Æí)' at the head of subject. In case of
general advertisement, they have to attach '(¡/¢'¡Æí)' at the
head of subject. In both cases, you need round brackets ( )
around the string.
("ù"¬àî¡/¢'¡Æí) means (advertisement for adult or 'ADLT') in
(¡/¢'¡Æí) means (advertisementor 'ADV') in English.
Since you don't understand and write Korean, I introduce the
two text strings for you to use in your filters.
Korea Information Security Agency
Secretariat of Personal Information Mediation Committee
Dispute Mediation Team / Researcher
>And let's not even think about byte sex. :-)
or mSEXchange... ;-)
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