On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 01:23:47PM -0700, Jeremy Oddo wrote:

> As I've stated before, I've cut down the amount of spam actually getting
> to it's intended destination by over 98% by using SA.  That's gotta be
> hurting the spammers :)

But _does_ it really hurt them. They don't get any feedback - users that
install spam filters wouldn't have responded to to the spam anyway, other
than deleting it manually. The only difference is that the deletion process is
automated by a spam filter. I reckon spammers don't really care about the
users that install filters.

Spamassassin's great and works like a charm for me, but we need to put the
bite on spammers in some other way!

Regards: Jim Ford

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