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Re: [linux-lvm] The Info You Requested

On Wed, 23 May 2001, Ben Lutgens wrote:
> On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 04:29:26PM -0300, Rik van Riel wrote:
> >
> >No need to move the whole list to another domain.  All the
> >anti-spam filtering rules from NL.linux.org are publicly
> >available on a CVS tree.  For more info, see:
> >
> >http://spamfilter.nl.linux.org/
> Thanks Rik, I'll have a look. I have some stuff in place now
> that I am pretty sure will work. It's not proactive though, I'll
> have to add rules as we get a spam but it's something.

Spamfilter CVS works the same; the difference is that the work is
shared so once I add something to the list the mailboxes (and lists)
of everybody using spamfilter are protected.  And, of course, when
you add something to spamfilter my mailbox is protected ;)

> >(I just created this site to save me time explaining how
> >spamfilter works, it may take a few hours to have its DNS
> >entry percolate through)
> Yeah, no since making everyone change thier procmail filters now.

Spamfilter is structured in such a way that the anti-spam procmailrc
files update themselves automatically when a CVS commit message
comes in ;)


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