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  Re: Passive Aggressive Spam Filtering (mod 0/34)
by Daniel Gracia (paladdin) (guardame_el_secreto@yahoo.es) on Fri Jul 17 07:26:13 2009 (GMT)
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  Nice point! Spamd is our friend.

By the way, just one detail to comment: In this days I've seen several scripts making use of wget, lynx and others to recover files from web servers, when it should be noted that ftp itself has support to recover files from http protocol as easy as 'ftp http://myserver.com/myfile.tgz' :)
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