[unclug] ACK! Spam!

Brian Payst brian_payst at unc.edu
Wed Feb 18 13:46:44 EST 2004

Hmm, you had to throw in "lightweight" didn't you? I've been pretty 
happy with Mozilla/Thunderbird and it's spam filtering. It has the once 
click delete feature you seek - just flag it as junk and it goes away, 
plus it  has learning filters. However, it is far from lightweight.

I've heard some rumors of a trial server-side spam filtering service on 
campus... Maybe someone else more in the know could fill you in.

Having a server-side filter that at least added or modified a header 
would be a big help to filtering. I've seen several other universities 
that do this.

Cristobal M Palmer wrote:

> I've gotten used to using the isis-based Pine program for my UNC-CH email
> account, but recently I've started getting a lot more spam.
> UNC has server-side filtering, but I can't figure out if there's a
> user .config that I could use to train Pine to recognize junk. I know
> there's a 'rules' option menu, but that looks like a lot of work.
> If that'd just be too much of a hassle, can anyone recommend a
> **lightweight** email client with Bayesian filtering?
> I want to hit a 'delete as junk' button and not have to see the same
> message again.
> Sick of hearing about NEW!!1 weight-|oss pi1ls...
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Brian Payst, MS
Director of Technology & Systems Support
Division of Student Affairs
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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