janina at rednote.net
Wed Feb 16 09:56:08 EST 2005
spamassassin is a great anti-spam bot. Only real downside, is that you
do have to receive the spam locally before spamassassin can dispose of
it, but it does work well. I see only about 10-12 spams a day, and I get
several hundred emails a day.
My spamassassin is configured to throw spam into its own mail folder,
premarked for deletion. Ocassionally, I go in there and look to see if
some message was put there erroneously. I haven't found any errors in
the past months, and I'm always amazed at how many messages are there,
when I do look. And, when I leave the folder, they're all gone, because
they've already been marked for deletion, and my ua is set to delete on
randy turner writes:
> hi adam,
> well that sure explanes it
> sure wish they would tell you
> when they change something like that.
> i have been working on this for 4 days now.
> i could turn the spam feture off
> but i don't want all of that spam
> in my box.
> thanks for all of the help
> On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, Adam Myrow wrote:
> >On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, randy turner wrote:
> >>well i have to run get-mail first,
> >>then pine will send the message like it should
> >>does this give any one any ideas?
> >It's a feature of your ISP which forces you to authenticate with your POP
> >server, and then, it will let you send mail for a limited time. I think
> >it's some sort of anti-spam measure, and unfortunately, there's not much
> >you can do about it except always check your mail right before you send,
> >or get another ISP.
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