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Links 1 through 10 of 61 by @nm tagged Messaging/Greenlisting

Eric Allman: 'IM uses buddy lists, and it's not uncommon to only accept messages from buddies. Both of these cases are "filter in" vs "filter out". Right now we filter out messages that we consider to be spam, and everything left is treated as good mail.

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in the comments, I said "I agree that this is the way to go and I've been using and promoting "greenlisting" (whitelisting) for email spam filtering for years. For a cool idea for social greenlisting (social whitelisting), check out Joshua Schachter and M

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'X-Spam-known-sender: Yes, group1, group2, ... etc... / Where group1/group2/etc is the "nickname" of any address book group the user is in. This might make it easier to filter emails into "Friends" or "Work" folders based on the senders address rather tha

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'Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::LDAPfilter is a SpamAssassin plugin that works like most other static black/whitelist systems, except that it uses LDAP as a repository for the filters, and it works inside SpamAssassin. In short, incoming messages are checked

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'bin/whitelist is used to check to see if the sender is my .mutt.aliases or a list of other addresses I trust kept in .whitelist. If the sender is not in these lists, the message goes through the spam checks.
bin/atw is a companion to atw. You pipe a me

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'what’s the best way to protect a mydomain.com-type email address from becoming compromised and punked-out? What are the dangers and cons of using a challenge/response service like Spam Arrest? Apart from abandoning it wholesale, what’s the most effec

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'Thanks to IMAP, it's easy to use the same mailboxes with multiple email clients. Unfortunately, it's currently not easy to use the same address book with multiple email clients. There are lots of possible ways to do this, including using ACAP, IMAP, IMSP

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'Sen. Florez conducted the hearing, with Sens. Escutia and Torlakson sitting in briefly... There were five panels of speakers, and I got to lead off. I laid the groundwork, explaining that spam is really bad, filtering is unavoidable, and that false posit

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in the comments: 'Whitelisting [aka Greenlisting] needs to be MUCH easier.' (Amen to that)

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'Yahoo is one provider that does *not* provide automatic support for whitelisting by simply adding an address to your address book'

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