> I find it humorous that the mailserver on a system dedicated to computer
> security and determining whether packets/applications are safe to allow
> is unable to provide a filter to reject/return any message containing
> only one or two alpha strings on the first line and in which the first
> three characters are "uns" and which is also followed somewhere in the
> string by a "b" (all case insensitive).
While I once found it amusing, I'm now in transition from annoyance to
infuriation. And if these folks can't spell the "subscribe" portion of
"unsubscribe" and don't know that list requests go to the list-owner, how in
perdition did they manage to subscribe to start with?
OTOH, Padgett's rule set may require some refining: I'd hate to miss a
follow-up from an smb or mjr (or app for that matter) that began
W.C. Epperson "I have great faith in fools.
Senior SE Self-confidence, my friends call it."
Information Security Officer --Edgar Allan Poe--
Virginia Dept. of Education
From: padgett @
com (A. Padgett Peterson, P.E. Information Security)