Sam,

Do you have a repository of your current filters that you're willing to share? Or do I need to download the hunter_seeker package periodically?


Gary

On 11/05/2014 09:08 AM, Sam Clippinger wrote:
Looks like some Apache config entries didn't make it to the new server when I set it up, sorry about that. I've got them in place now, so those links should work now.

I don't actually use the spamtrap script myself any more, it's just too I/O intensive with large amounts of email. The hunter_seeker script still works great for me, though it's important to add new filters periodically as you notice new spammers becoming effective.

-- Sam Clippinger




On Nov 4, 2014, at 8:53 PM, Quinn Comendant <qu...@strangecode.com <mailto:qu...@strangecode.com>> wrote:

Sam,

The URLs for hunter_seeker and spamtrap you offered us in 2013 are broken:

http://www.spamdyke.org/releases/hunter_seeker/
http://www.spamdyke.org/releases/spamtrap/

Has this project moved?

And is this script still as effective as it was? I'd like to know its current status before implementing it.

Quinn
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