[Project_owners] New Spam tactic

Mirzmaster mirzmaster at rogers.com
Tue Oct 7 01:30:40 EDT 2003


Thanks, that was very helpful for a n00b like me  :)

Sohail Mirza



On 07/10/2003 12:08 AM, Biju G C wrote:

>I dont know how much this will help
>I am setting following mailing list propeties 
>at administration Section
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>[Subscription rules]
>What steps are required for subscription?
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>>>>>Confirm and approve
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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>Who can view subscription list? 
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>>>>>List admin only
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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>[Sender filters]
>Action to take for postings from non-members for which 
>no explicit action is defined. 
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>>>>>Discard
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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>Should messages from non-members, which are automatically discarded, 
>be forwarded to the list moderator? 
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>>>>>No
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>>>>>
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>By default, should new list member postings be moderated? 
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>>>>>Yes
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>>>>>
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>[Content filtering]
>Should Mailman filter the content of list traffic 
>according to the settings below? 
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>>>>>Yes
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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>Remove message attachments that have a matching content type
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>>>>>text/html
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>Action to take when a message matches the content filtering rules. 
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>>>>>Discard
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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> --- Pete Collins <pete at mozdev.org> wrote: > They are utterly relentless.
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>>There is a new spam tactic I just saw today.
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