Spam to list participants (from openhosting.com & softcom.com)

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at rocketmail.com
Thu May 1 07:52:16 UTC 2014


On Thu, 2014-05-01 at 08:57 +0200, Polytropon wrote:
> Allow me to add my very individual opinion: The amount of spam
> which _I_ currently receive is so low that "dealing with it"
> has the following form on my side: hitting the DEL key from
> time to time. It isn't _that_ great, but it's still acceptable.
> If the amount of "DEL pressing" would raise, I'd probably define
> some (MUA-based) filter rules for client-side deletion. And if
> the amount increases, I'd probably move that functionality over
> to the mail server so I don't even receive the messages. But
> the current amount, as I said, is too low (for me!) to even
> think about it. :-)

+1

I'm subscribed to 3 BSD mailing lists and uncountable many Linux mailing
lists. I receive from a little bit under hundred to several hundred
mails from the lists each day and I guess maximal 10 spam mails each day
and usually the spam is redirected to my junk folder, while very, very
seldom wanted mail is redirected to the junk folder.

IMO everything is good as is.

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