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Spam IT

Extending SpamAssassin and Amavis 25

Posted by Zonk
from the they-look-totally-natural dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Spam filtering solutions are a necessary evil in today's e-mail climate. There are many different tools and systems available for the filtering and removal of spam e-mail. Tools like SpamAssassin and more detailed agents, such as Amavis use a variety of different methods to identify and capture spam. An IBM article shows how you can extend SpamAssassin and Amavis, providing additional filtering facilities to lower the amount of spam hitting e-mail boxes."
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Extending SpamAssassin and Amavis

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Saturday February 02, 2008 @08:06PM (#22277524)
    I recently developed a new technique to completely stop spam from reaching my inbox. I reject all incoming mail. Yes, there are obviously some false positives with this technique, but here's the great part, the more spam they send me, the lower the percentage of false positive I get!

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