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[REBOL] Re: Server side Cerebrus?

From: rebollist2:juicybits at: 30-Nov-2002 15:03

At 02:03 PM 11/30/02 +0800, you wrote:
>Just thought I add that for server side filtering, there must be additional option to configure such that an email will be sent to the receipient and/or sender to inform them of the filtering. > >This is to avoid scenarios of mistaken identity and provide way for the user to contact the sender to re-send the email. > >YekSoon
One nice way to handle email not determined to be positively spam ('gray mail') is to 1) email the list of graymail to the recipient; 2) also list the major headers on a webmail page (ie like hotmail), with checkbox options for each email. Options would be 1) whitelist the sender, 2) pass the email on to the recipient's pop box, or 3) (an option I haven't seen in a graymail system yet) could be for the system to reply with a notice to the sender, requesting them to resend their email with a password in the subject or body. The password that the graymail system (manually or automatically) sends could be in gif form, for added security against spam bots. ____________________________ ____________________________ Ah, you hate Microsoft too! So comrade, ven do vee plan to defect?