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Abrupt spam increase

On Fri, Jun 04, 2004 at 09:53:47AM -0400, Rich Braun wrote:
> I've noticed over the past 6 weeks a sudden, abrupt increase in the flow of
> spam on my home server.  It's gone from about 250/day to 440/day; last month's
> average daily flow was about 360.
> Thus far I've been simply directing it to a quarantine folder, and keeping
> general tabs on the volume.
> But as volume grows, at some point I'll want to do something different.  I
> have a couple of questions:
> (1) Have any of y'all tried to keep stats on the flow of spam?  Are my
> observations about message flow on-target?

I haven't kept stats, but, yes, there's been an obvious increase in
volume in recent weeks. I haven't adopted any new strategies, but am
starting to get interesting in finding one.


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