hi ya dan
thanx for the feedback, but this is NOT trying to detect spam...
idea is to record all "known-to-spam" and use the collected
database as a tool in the courts etc... that the spammer
sent the same spam jibberish to n-tuple users
rbls and blacklists are good ...but not useful in courts...
just wondering why mj can not see the incoming /var/spool/mail/foo
while its running but can see the the mailbox afterward
http://www.linux-sec.net/Mail/AntiSpam ... anti-spam stuff
> Daniel Liston wrote:
> Not really on topic for majordomo, but.....
> It looks like your spamcollector alias is creating a loop to itself.
> Why not use pre-existing tools like spamassassin or spambouncer with
> procmail to do what you are trying to do? Both have capabilities to
> use RBLs, report spam, and blacklist or whitelist addresses.
> Snortmonster is another spam detection tool you might find barely
> more accurate than spamassassin, just not quite as popular, yet.
> Dan Liston