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Re: [leafnode-list] Filtering out spam
Sorry, I went on with other things, and in the meantime, the messages in
question have stopped.
So far, i have only tested running my Inbox through the filter after it is
downloaded. My newsreader is Knode. After the operation, when I look with
Knode, the item is still listed in the GUI, but the article is no longer
there. I get the same result as where leafnode has deleted a stale message,
but Knode's own delete mechanism hasn't deleted its listing yet. I click on
the item, and I get a message that it is no longer there, and I can try
Google Groups. Since the behaviour is exactly parallel, it would seem that
it is a problem with Knode's index, not with Leafnode. I can delete them
individually, but not automatically.
The reason for wanting it is that the body of the message is simply a virus,
but the <Subject:> line offends my wowserish sensitivities. If the line
remains in Knode's list, there is no point in deleting the message.
(P.S.: Sorry to reply directly to you Matthias. It is the default with recent
versions of Kmail. To reply to the list, I have to click on your message and
select "Reply to Mailing List.")
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 09:46 am, Matthias Andree wrote:
> Doug Laidlaw <laidlaws@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > With the Simpson theme spammers still operating, I tried deleting them
> > with a filter file. The result was to delete the content, but to leave
> > the headers in the list. Since in this case the content is not offensive
> > (only a virus) but the header is, can I delete the whole post?
> I've read this several times, but I am sorry to say I do not understand
> the question.
> I have figured you have trouble with a certain group of spammers and you
> want the whole post killed. That is what leafnode will usually do if a
> filter matches (which itself can only check headers).
> Can you describe your problem in more detail?
> Matthias Andree
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