Spamassassin settings.

Nico R. n-roeser at gmx.net
Wed Apr 7 06:39:42 PDT 2004


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Dan Osterrath wrote:

> Am Mittwoch, 7. April 2004 15:07 schrieb Nico R.:
>> > It is Russian. I propose to block all messages with "cp1251",
>> > "windows-1251" or "koi8-r" character encoding unconditionally. I do
>> > this because I am probably the only one from Russia who ever posts
>> > to the list, and I either use either US-ASCII or UTF-8.
>> Mmh, would probably block most support requests from our Russian
>> users. Even if you are the only one at the moment, we won't notice a
>> newbie coming here for support.
> 
> But if he use this encoding he is writing in russian. And nobody (but
> Alexander) could read this. So our "embedded spam filter" (aka brain)
> would guide us to ignore or delete the message anyway.

Oh, right. I wasn't thinking. If really nobody but Alexander can
understand Russian, go ahead.

Or should we forward all that possibly-spam to Alexander only? ;-)
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Nico
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