__/ [C] on Tuesday 08 November 2005 17:41 \__
> "John Bokma" <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "C" <c@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> oco.com.jp and www.oco.com.jp do not serve Web pages. What Web site is
>>>> It is hard to say anything unless one takes a glance...
>>> sorry thats fake to stop me getting spammed
>> Uhm, so you make sure the spam goes to someone else?
I was pointing that out yesterday when statistics were posted about popular
E-mail addresses in UseNet. billg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx was among the most popular.
Imagine the load on the mail server. The owner might have to block ports
>> Don't make up domain names, use .invalid, e.g.
> sorry i dont think it exists but
> its now changed
> thanks for the advice
How about setting up a spamtrap domain where spam is accumulated to train
some classifier? I guess that sooner or later spammers would abstain from
posting to that domain and be worried about harvesting. I think it has some
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