bug tracker spam
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As if your absence now concluded long ago.More beautiful than anything in this world.Brush the lone giant in that somber pall.Wheel tracks entrench themselves in snow, yet paintedAcross the heavens' gray.Writhing their stunted limbs,More beautiful than anything in this world.Stars, the last day, endless and centerless,
#1 Updated by dillon about 7 years ago
:New submission from Sherri Hinson <email@example.com>:
:Empty streets I come upon by chance,Where does this all end? What is the va=
This spam got onto the lists through the chlamydia bug tracker gateway,
is there any way to do some sort of validation to stop that from being
#3 Updated by mah about 7 years ago
Am 22.12.2006 um 10:12 schrieb Matthew Dillon:
The stronger you filter, the more valid posts slip through. In my
humble opinion, I prefer to delete an occasional piece of spam over
missing valid posts.
To answer your question directly, you can allow posting for list
members only (possibly already done) and you can introduce
moderation. A measure against automated subscribers would be to
require some unusual action in the confirmation mail.
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Dipl. Ing. Markus Hitter
#5 Updated by corecode about 7 years ago
yes, i am sorry. if we put the bug tracker on your network, we wouldn't
even have to use a separate mail address for the tracker. actually i
tried using firstname.lastname@example.org, but somewhere the mail was
being filtered (possibly on your side).