Subject: Re: Spam suggestion...
To: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
From: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/22/2004 07:50:48
Sun, 22 Feb 2004 08:40:54 -0600.
> >I seem to do quite well filtering my spam without using this method.
> Lucky you. I'm in the middle of having to upgrade TWO machines to handle the
> load of spam coming in to a mere couple dozen users. I'd guess that spam and
> overhead is well past 95% of our email load, and solidly over 90% of our
> network traffic, at this point.
You seem to think I'm sympathetic to spammers or something just because
I can't get reliable rDNS for my mail server so you seem to think you
have to explain to me what a big problem we have with Spam. It might
surprise you to know that I'm in a far worse boat than you. You at
least get to filter your spam and not have to see it. I, as a NetBSD
mailing list administrator, actually have to _read_ all of my spam,
and read it carefully, because lurking in the ocean of garbage, are
occasional BOUNCE'd legitimate posts to the lists that I have to