[Linux-aus] Spam :: Linux Device

ac ac at main.me
Mon Apr 25 21:40:22 AEST 2016

On Mon, 25 Apr 2016 20:44:59 +0930
"David Lloyd" <lloy0076 at adam.com.au> wrote:
> Well,
> > Dude, seriously, you should rather top post...
> Really? No.
> > You posted: (i think?)
> > that i did not read what Noel said? (i did)
> My apologies - to be more precise, then, comprehend.
in which way then?  you simply saying that hardly explains anything...
(or makes it so) I do understand that you believe that, but lets move
from belief to fact? So, simply say what it is that is not

> > that I am redistributing spam assassin (i am not - i do not use it)
> > that I am an amateur spammer :)
> You're describing a product which sounds very like it.
 no, actually not. see, so you can learn something

even from a vague amateur spammer :)

SA works by 'judging'  an actual received spam - and a dnsbl rejects
spam before your email server receives it as the sender is blacklisted
(or accepts email on a whitelist basis - my system does that for ipv6)

there are various dnsbl 


> > spammer 101 is vague details and appeals to emotion?
> No, it implies you don't know what you're talking about; you haven't
> really proved me wrong.


> > any linux techie with some experience can read / understand what i
> > am saying instead of a vague accusation - why do you not say
> > exactly what
> is
> > vague to you so I can explain it better ?
> Others have done so already - why would I bother to do so myself when
> you clearly don't comprehend what they've said to you?

not sure what to say to all that. I guess, the best answer is that my
subject is not belief or emotion or anything vague :) - it is science

you either are an expert in your field - or you are just an expert -
everyone these days is an expert

Maybe spend the time and re-read everything that I have written and
then if you like I can teach/help/explain something to you - but be
exact in what you do not understand as the subjects are rather involved
and many on the list probably know the basics already

As this is a Linux list - with many many programmers and well skilled
Linux sysadmins - I am very sure we can all quickly figure out what is
what :) 


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