ccampbell at BRUEGGERS.COM
Fri Jan 9 19:39:35 GMT 2004
On the site: http://www.spamhelp.org/software/software.php?cat=3, it notes
that MailScanner has the following ability:
"Pornographic spam can be stripped of all graphical content, protecting
users from obscene content "
I read this as: If it is pornographic spam, it will remove the graphical
content, otherwise, graphical content is delivered. However, I have the
feeling it means that MailScanner can strip all graphical content, of which
pornographic content is included, effectively ridding users of porn (and all
other graphics in the process). Which is it? I'm assuming the later.
Christian P. Campbell
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