APPROVE COMMIT web
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+2005-10-07 Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org>
+ * index.content: Update call for information on AOL attitude
+ improvements, add minor utf8-obfoo and iso8859-obfoo to hold list
+ in #spam.
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If your ISP is unwilling to provide resources to ensure that mail
you have requested is delivered to you, XEmacs volunteers are not
going to make up for that lack. <strong>Note:</strong> It is now
- over a year since the above was written; if AOL's service has
+ over two years since the above was written; if AOL's service has
improved, we'd like to know at <a
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Due to a dramatic increase in the amount of spam and a near
perfect record of like 0.05% false positives, we are discarding
near-certain spam without checking as of 2004-04-27. We have
- added more categories as recently as 2005-02-15. Here are the
+ added more categories as recently as 2005-10-07. Here are the
criteria, any of which qualifies your post for automatic discard:
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<li>Convince SpamAssassin your post is spam (5 points, vanilla
<li>Send mail to majordomo＠xemacs (we're a Mailman site now)</li>
- Use implicit addresses (ie, not addressed to the list) or too
- many addresses (over 10).
+ Use implicit addresses (ie, not addressed to the list). Either
+ the <strong>To</strong> header or the <strong>Cc</strong>
+ <em>must</em> contain "xemacs.org".
+ Use too many addresses (over 10).
Include any of several drug names in the headers, including
＠＠ -595,6 +599,11 ＠＠
phrases associated with the so-called <em>Nigerian scam</em> or
containing <em>the seven words you cannot say on TV</em>
(<em>i.e.</em>, your post looks like spam for a porn site or Viagra).
+ <strong>From</strong>, <strong>To</strong>,
+ or <strong>Subject</strong> containing entirely QP- or
+ BASE64-encoded text with a charset of ISO-8859-1 or UTF-8.
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