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Subject[OT] Re: vger weirdness
On Mon, 17 May 1999 alano@summanulla.pcx.ncd.com wrote:

> Pegusus mail adds these headers as well. (Pegasus is a common free e-mail
> client for Windows.)

No, you see them in the mail because the pop3 server added it when pegasus
collected the mail. Pegasus did not add it, the pop3 server did.

> Better yet, just check for "linux-kernel" in the "To:" or "Cc:" header lines.
> I used that on perl5-porters and it dropped the spam to almost zero. (Except
> for the stuff coming from perl-bug, but that is another story...)

I use Exim and have a systemwide filter. I just added the following to the
filter file as the first line:

if $sender_address: contains owner-linux-kernel then finish endif




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