SPUG: Shemales and Transsexuals !!!

Mako Hill mako at debian.org
Mon Apr 8 11:29:54 CDT 2002

> "In other news," I've been trying to talk our Perl Mongers "majordomo
> administrator" into installing "spamassassin" or something similar, and
> he says he'll get around to that when he can.

Well there's nothing keeping you from doing it now on your local machine
or your mail server. That's what I've been doing and I was totally (and
happily) confused by your message referring to spam I've never seen.

Many people are rather opposed to the idea of the spam filtering on the
listserver since they believe this is not the correct place to do since
false positives do   happen. Often a compromise is reached when you only
filter mail from non list members. Even in these cases, the list usually
relays the message, simply marking it at "probably spam"--something you
can usually parse from the subject anyway. 

If you don't want to see it, you may end up needing some filtering on
your end again anyway.

Mako Hill
mako at debian.org
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