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Interesting spam test

On Thursday 31 March 2005 7:52 am, David Kramer wrote:

> Yes, I did RTFM.  However, that's a site-wide configuration.  I'm only
> trying to eliminate it on these emails that I'm piping through spam* to
> feed to Mailman.
> I might just go with it anyway and ignore this problem.  False positives
> should be kinda rare.
> Oooh. if I use spamassassin instead of spamc, I can specify an alternate
> config file!  OK, I'll play with that.  Thanks.
Be a bit careful where you place the aliases. Mailman updates its own 
aliases file, ~mailman/data/aliases, when lists are created or deleted. 
Jerry Feldman <gerald.feldman at>
Partner Technology Access Center (contractor) (PTAC-MA)
Hewlett-Packard Co.
550 King Street LKG2a-X2
Littleton, Ma. 01460

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