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Re: Lisp mailing-list ?

PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 3:53 pm
by Paul Donnelly
Hmm, I don't find spam filtering to be especially difficult. This does well for me. It's not 100%, but it cuts the spam down to a trickle that barely registers.
Code: Select all
(("from"
  ("sneaker" -1000 nil s)
  ("watches" -1000 nil s)
  ("sales" -1000 nil s)
  ("handbags" -1000 nil s)
  ("thermate" -1000 nil s)
  ("bleachbot" -1000 nil s)
  ("wholesale" -1000 nil s))
 ("subject"
  ("cmsg cancel" -1000 nil s)
  ("adidas" -1000 nil s)
  ("shoes" -1000 nil s)
  ("Gucci" -1000 nil s)
  ("www.top-saler.com" -1000 nil s)
  ("www.world-wholesaler.com" -1000 nil s))
 ("body"
  ("top-saler" -1000 nil s)
  ("wholesaler" -1000 nil s)
  ("Wholesale" -1000 nil s)
  ("watch actress profile" -1000 nil s)))

Re: Lisp mailing-list ?

PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 12:37 am
by xma
Paul Donnelly wrote:Hmm, I don't find spam filtering to be especially difficult. This does well for me. It's not 100%, but it cuts the spam down to a trickle that barely registers.
Code: Select all
(("from"
  ("sneaker" -1000 nil s)
  ("watches" -1000 nil s)
  ("sales" -1000 nil s)
  ("handbags" -1000 nil s)
  ("thermate" -1000 nil s)
  ("bleachbot" -1000 nil s)
  ("wholesale" -1000 nil s))
 ("subject"
  ("cmsg cancel" -1000 nil s)
  ("adidas" -1000 nil s)
  ("shoes" -1000 nil s)
  ("Gucci" -1000 nil s)
  ("www.top-saler.com" -1000 nil s)
  ("www.world-wholesaler.com" -1000 nil s))
 ("body"
  ("top-saler" -1000 nil s)
  ("wholesaler" -1000 nil s)
  ("Wholesale" -1000 nil s)
  ("watch actress profile" -1000 nil s)))


Looks like Gnus filtering rules. Is this the case ?

Re: Lisp mailing-list ?

PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 3:10 am
by Paul Donnelly
xma wrote:Looks like Gnus filtering rules. Is this the case ?

Yes. Perhaps I should have said so, but I figured that it would be obvious to a Gnus user and useless to anyone else.

Re: Lisp mailing-list ?

PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:17 pm
by david.hilton
If you subscribe to comp.lang.lisp through google groups and receive digests, the spam goes through.

However, what happens if you get each message delivered individually? Would gmail apply its spam filters to the traffic?