Porn msg identification?

Richard D Alloway ralloway at WINBEAM.COM
Tue Apr 8 01:48:03 IST 2003

Hmmm...  I don't think that will satisfy my customers.

The problem is the language as well as the images contained within porn

The issue with setting the scores very high is that some customers will
want to receive "adult" emails while others don't want to receive any.

If there was a generic way to build a ruleset to modify the subject line
(or add/modify a header), that would probably take care of it! :)

Any chance something like this could be in MailScanner's future? *hint
hint*  ;)


On Mon, 7 Apr 2003, Julian Field wrote:

> The problem of nasty porn spam can largely be solved with the "striphtml"
> spam action, as it removes all images from spam. In case it's not really
> spam, all the links in the message are maintained, but you don't have to
> suffer the images. This is keeping most of my users happy here.
> At 18:10 07/04/2003, you wrote:
> >Hi there!
> >
> >I was wondering if anyone had come up with a way to add a header or
> >perhaps prepend the subject line with something like {Porn?} based on the
> >language/content of an email?
> >
> >I want to be able to give our users something they can filter their mail
> >against if they don't want to receive ANY adult messages.
> >
> >Our customers like the ability to filter against {Spam?} in the subject
> >line for possible spam.
> >
> >Thanks!
> >
> >-Rich
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