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Re: [Fwd: Meta-issue: recent spam surge]

From: David Taylor
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Meta-issue: recent spam surge]
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 14:13:46 -0700

Derek Robert Price wrote:

> Anyone have any objections to this spam filter being applied to the
> info-cvs and bug-cvs lists?
> Aside from the "(no subject)" filter which would filter the cvsbug
> generated emails on bug-cvs, of course.
> Derek
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Subject: Re: Meta-issue: recent spam surge
> Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 13:17:52 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Pavel Roskin <address@hidden>
> To: "Lars J. Aas" <address@hidden>
> CC: Derek Robert Price <address@hidden>, <address@hidden>
> > I'm not really comfortable modifying list settings on lists I'm not
> > "affiliated with", even if I could.  The maintainers for those lists
> > should just pick it up from the mailman settings for the autoconf list...
> > (It's in the Privacy Settings section).
> bounce_matching_headers for address@hidden:
> Subject:[ (]*no subject[) ]*$
> Subject: *$
> Subject: *[A-Za-z]scribe$
> Subject:.*                     .*
> Subject:.*[^A-Za-z](product|sex|stock|revenue|sale|rich|toner|manegment|adv)[^A-Za-z]


Is this a typo? I hope it wasn't intended to filter messages with "management" 
in the
subject, e.g.:

"CVS management of /etc - permissions problem"

"release management with CVS"

Filtering out messages with "product" in the subject prohibits an innocent 
message like:

"Questions about your product "

And anyone that  has a problem checking in a Rich Text Format document had 
better not
state that in the subject.


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