Procmail Statistics v2.0
I know that this may look silly, but believe me, I made it for my own interest. Though,
you might find interesting to see how sadly we are overwhelmed by spam.
- Red indicates spam certified by a spam filter
- Blue indicates mailing lists messages (safe)
- Orange indicates other mail that got spooled (which wastes my time)
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On 11th Dec 2003, I began recording procmail activity on my mailserver.
On 29th Jan 2004, I disabled the "catch-all" function for my domains due to
On 12th Feb 2004, Still unknown the cause of the strong decrease of spamish activity
On 12th Feb 2004, Win2k and WinNT4 source leakage increased nearby days ML activity
On 8th Mar 2004, I flagged ALL application/octect-stream attachments as spam
On 17th Mar 2004, I received a bunch of "Delivery status", probably a spammer using my
address as from.
On 22nd Mar 2004, Subscribed to another security mailinglist
On 14th Apr 2004, I edited my address on FC home page as I suspect generating much spam
On 13th Sep 2004, I redirected mail for a secondary older domain to another account
On 13th Nov 2004, Set-up the powerful ClamAv antivirus, currently counting as spam
On 20th Nov 2004, My MX record expired and went offline for two days without mail
On 2nd May 2005, After some troubled days I finally upgrade SpamAssassin 3.0.3 and ClamAV 0.84
On 1st Jul 2005, Assuming all mail marked as spam by third party SMTPs is actually spam
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