|Subject:||Re: List configuration|
|From:||"Thomas (maillists)" <thomas-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sat, 17 Jan 2004 00:23:32 +0100|
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Arthur Corliss wrote:
And I've got SGI white-listed because, for some reason, my patch updates for IRIX were getting caught by some of SpamAssassin's checks. The irony isthat's not really the point. Listen to me carefully, children:
Don't call others children once you know they are ...
treat the cause, not the symptom. This would all be moot if SGI wasn't running an open list. It's that simple.
Yeah, but the CAUSE is the SPAM, not the list. So if you want to treat the cause then you have to go against the
spam-senders, not the list. thomas
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