[SpamCop-List] Re: spam within spam?
porpoise1954 at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Sep 4 17:59:54 EDT 2005
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
news:dff378$25l$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Porpoise wrote:
> SpamPal's filters incorporate dnsbl/s very effectively,
But dnsbl/s block on the basis of where it comes from rather than what's in
it (which is the basis of the filter we would need - as I'm sure some of the
contacts we have made would have possibly/probably been on dnsbl/s due to
their being in China et.)
> and also use
> regular expressions like SpamAssassin does on elements of the header and
That sounds more a possibility, but I just evisage having to "allow" so many
permutaions, it would take forever to programme it all in
> You still haven't said what kind of filter you are using -- what
> its name is, how it configures.
Covered in another post
>> had it been:
>> Subject: [SPAM] Washing Machine /or/ Hiking Jackets /or/ non-slip
>> decking for boats /or/ Hydrophone /etc/
>> Show me how a filter would
>> cover that.............. (when only the product is the determining
> The subject was immaterial to my filter *not* calling it a false
> I think you are thinking too much about a filter 'reading' or
> interpreting words. I think maybe you should tinker with SpamPal if
> your situation would allow you to use a proxy between the server and the
> mailuser agent.
Hmm..... Not sure how I would achieve that on a laptop that connects to the
internet via routers on work/home networks. I don't think I can install a
proxy on either of the routers.
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