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  Re: Passive Aggressive Spam Filtering (mod 2/28)
by Peter N. M. Hansteen (pitrh) (peter@bsdly.net) on Sat Jul 18 11:06:46 2009 (GMT)
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  > What I would really like to see is a clearing house for greytrap lists similar to Beck's and BSDLY's lists but from a bunch of mail servers all over. That would be fantastic (the slacker in me just kicked in).

if you run your own greytrapping, it takes literally about five lines of shell script to generate a list of trapped addresses that can be fed to other spamds.

combining data from several sources should be equally easy and in fact i would love to contribute to such an effort.

- Peter
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