exim at paz
Jul 7, 2012, 11:38 AM
Post #1 of 3
On 2012-06-27 8:36 AM, Lena [at] lena wrote:
spam filtering using connection log and fields
>> From: Jim Pazarena
>> I am trying to strengthen my spam filtering.
>> As such, I make sure that I don't get too heavy handed with google
>> or hotmail.
>> But I see a heck of a lot of junk from *.yahoo.com
>> Has yahoo become or has it always been a giant spam pit?
> yahoo consists of different parts. If a spam came via a yahooGroup
> (mailing list), complain to the moderator or unsub. If you are a moderator,
> you'll be forwarded spam sent to the -owner@ address, nothing to do here
> except content-filtering fraught with false positives.
I am still troubled with yahoo.com connections. In general the yahoo
groups is fine.
What I think is that when the (logged) "id=" line has
"androidMobile" in it, well, THAT is junk.
Is there any way to determine the contents of the "id=" line within an
ACL? I can't find any reference to that line in "Summary of fields in
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