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From <de...@segel.com>
Subject [OT] Two suggestions on list management...
Date Mon, 13 Nov 2006 14:10:55 GMT
Has anyone else noticed an increase in Spam?


I set up an alias derby@ <mailto:derby@%3cmydomain%3e.com> <mydomain>.com
which is now getting a ton of stock spams from 'bots.


The e-mail alias is only used for this list and I'm certain that its coming
from an archive site.


It would be nice if the e-mail addresses were munged prior to being placed
on the archive site.


Also, it would be nice to have a clear filter in the subject line to
indicate where this mail is coming from.


For example, the Dovecot mailing list will include inject a [dovecot] tag in
to the subject line. This makes it easier to filter the mail and put it
automatically in to the correct mbox. It will also make it easier to filter
against the alias. So that any mail to derby@
<mailto:derby@%3cmydomain%3e.com> <mydomain>.com that doesn't have a tag
like [derby-user] will automatically hit /dev/null.


Can this be done?





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