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Re: [tlug] A few SPAM questions...
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- From: Jonathan Q <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 21:28:59 +0900
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David Santinoli (email@example.com) wrote: > 30% Korea (especially from educational institutions like schools) Do you mean 30% of the spam you get comes from Korea, or comes through Korea (that is, the open relay is in Korea)? Here (GOL), probably 75% of the spam we see originates in the USA or Canda, with the great majority of that being from the United States. Most of the rest is Japanese-langauge spam, and there are trace amounts of spam in Korean, Chinese, German, Spanish, and once in a while French or Portuegese, but these are a drop in the bucket. We use ORDB and also have extensive local filters, and most of the spam that reaches our MXes doesn't get through, but of course, there is still a lot that does. Spam filtering is always a game of catch-up. Or if your spam comes in a blue can, it's a game of ketchup (sorry) :-) Jonathan
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