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[SLUG] perl, php
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- Subject: [SLUG] perl, php
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- Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2006 15:28:23 -0800 (PST)
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if there are any perl and php engineers here... please email me claudzilla7@xxxxxxxxxxxx directly (not back to this list).. or even web dev ppl who are superb with css html etc..
theres really cools jobs going... ill tell u where if u email me first. hehe
lets just say its on of the best known websites in the world..
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From: Robert Thorsby <robert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [SLUG] Another anti-spam idea
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On 2006.11.03 10:29 jam@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> A customer has told me he has heard of this anti-spam technique.
> Will I implement it for them?
> Any body got any pointers for me please.
> Heck it would be a nice slug solution too:
> * You send me an email
> * If your address is in my white-database no further ado
> * If it is not in my DB I reject the mail, send you a reply
> explaining, with an attached obscure image of a number.
> * You send me another mail with that number as the subject
> and your address is whitelisted.
Heck, why not just use Dan Bernstein's qmail which can be configured
(more or less) to do precisely that. And break every email protocol in
the known universe -- but that's just DJB.
Or use spamassassin ... or greylisting ... or subscriber only ... or
just about anything.
Better yet. Don't give out your email address to **anyone**