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Mushy spam law's IDEAL for toothless watchdog: Spamhaus slams CAN-SPAM

phil dude


The one I use is called spamassassin, though the university probably uses something commercial, and a bit flaky....had a small rash of spam/phising stuff a month ago, but it seems to have abated...

It is quite possible that other readers might get their spam headers set, so they can implement the last line of defence in the mail reader. In Thunderbird this is straightforward, but I imagine there are mechanisms in other tools.


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