Re: [Declude.JunkMail] No one at Declude?

2013-04-03 Thread Christopher Jaime
This got me thinking...
There's not much about Declude itself that requires updates

On this page there is mention of updating the AVG license key:
http://www.declude.com/searchresults.asp?Cat=89

I'm wondering what the next expiration date is for AVG...
I guess if AVG is an annual update, we'll all know real soon!

- Chris



On 4/3/2013 11:31 AM, Robert Grosshandler wrote:
 You can probably contact the message sniffer folks directly.  There's not 
 much about Declude itself that requires updates, so long as it is working.

 http://armresearch.com/

 Good luck,

 Rob



 -Original Message-
 From: declude [mailto:decl...@mail.net1media.com]
 Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2013 12:22 PM
 To: Declude.JunkMail@declude.com
 Subject: [Declude.JunkMail] No one at Declude?

 Last Wednesday (3/27/2013), I renewed my Declude and Messaage Sniffer service 
 agreements.  A full week later, they both still come up as expired.  All 
 phone calls and emails have gone unanswered.  I left voice mails for Tech 
 support, Sales and the phone number previously listed on this list for John.  
 I emailed both support at declude and jprovost at declude.com.

 I don't know where to go from here.

 A very sad time for Declude.

 Don




 
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Re: [Declude.JunkMail] WhiteListing Isses

2008-12-05 Thread Christopher Jaime

David Barker,

As a feature request, is it possible to add an option
AUTOWHITELIST   ON  to ignore a user's self added
email address in their address book?

- Chris J.


- Original Message - 
From: Michael Jaworski [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: declude.junkmail@declude.com
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 4:35 PM
Subject: [Declude.JunkMail] WhiteListing Isses




We too are seeing a big jump in the number of spoofed senders hitting
everyone who whitelists themselves in SmarterMail. Just about every 
messages
is weighted heavy but the whitelist counteracts the effort. The answer is 
to
tell the customers to remove themselves from their Trusted Senders list 
and
or Address book. We also turned off PREWHITELIST to allow the weighting 
and

adding a filter action that pulled those emails (HOLD) from the normal
message flow thorugh the system.

Maybe more important we are seeing a growing number of messages spoofing
other users from the recipients domain. It is almost like they are mining
associations from social networking or other online sources and using 
those

connections to use the whitelist system to allow spam in.

Anyone seeing the same thing? Anyone have a new stratgey for this type of
attack?

Mike J




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Re: [Declude.JunkMail] method for reducing CPU load

2006-11-28 Thread Christopher Jaime
This is an excellent suggestion.  I can't wait to see it implemented.

In the mean time, it's worth taking a look at WeightGate.exe (FREE).
http://kb.armresearch.com/index.php?title=Message_Sniffer.TechnicalDetails.Tools

I am personally using it with Message Sniffer and invURIBL with great success.

- Chris

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  - Original Message - 
  From: Scott Fisher 
  To: Declude.JunkMail@declude.com 
  Cc: Support - Scott 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 7:43 AM
  Subject: [Declude.JunkMail] method for reducing CPU load


  I've been mulling this one over as I watch my spam filtering CPU time slowly 
taking over the email server. And I don't expect the number of emails to go 
down.

  For external programs and filters I think it would be a good idea to add two 
optional fields to the global.cfg definition line: a minweight and a maxweight. 
These would be the last two arguments and optional so existing configs would 
not need to be changed.

  For an external program:
  INV-URIBL external  25 D:\INVURIBL.exe %WEIGHT% %REMOTEIP%  25 0
  would become
  INV-URIBL external  25 D:\INVURIBL.exe %WEIGHT% %REMOTEIP%  25 0  -50  300
  in this case invuribl would only get run if the current weight was between 
-50 and 300.

  For a filter:
  ATTACHMENT-GIF  filterD:\ATTACHMENT-GIF.txt   x   0   0 
  would become
  ATTACHMENT-GIF  filterD:\ATTACHMENT-GIF.txt   x   0   0   -50  300
  in this case the attachment-gif filter would only get processed if the 
current weight was between -50 and 300

  Here's why I think this is a good idea:
  Declude could check the weights before launching the external program. If it 
is over/under weight the external program would not be launched.
  2 if statements to avoid launching a program. That seems like a CPU time 
saver. Especially when multiplied by 10,000s of emails per day.
  I use 6 external programs. I believe over half of the program launches would 
be avoided because of stuff that has already been declared obvious ham or 
obvious spam.
  My final of the 6 programs, gets weight skipped over 90% of the time. 
  At 10,000 emails a day, avoiding 50% of the external programs would save 
30,000 program launches a day. I believe my 50% to be a conservative number and 
I think that the percentage would average out to be even higher.

  Now I have about one hundred filters. The vast majority of them get triggered 
with the skipweight since the email is already at a high spam weight by the 
time it reaches the filters.
  But still every one of these filter files needs to be opened, read and closed 
for every email.
  Again 2 IF statements per filter could avoid opening 100 files. That seems to 
me to be a CPU time saver.
  By the time, email reaches the filters, I think 75% of it is bypassing 
filters by being over the skipweight. At 10,000 emails a day (small to many of 
us). That would mean 750,000 filter files a day would not need to be open, read 
and closed.

  From the programming side, I don't believe the coding changes to be too 
difficult. Weight verification/processing code already exists in the Declude 
program. It would just need to be relocated.

  I'm a pretty small user here, getting about 14,000 spams on a weekday. 
Imagine the potential CPU savings for scaling this up to an ISP with 100,000 
emails per day.

  I don't know if this would have an impact on saving my CPU or not, but it has 
to help even if it is a little.
  Please consider this.

  -
  Scott Fisher
  Director of IT
  Farm Progress Companies
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