[ANN] acts_as_vibrance_newsletter

class SpamOnRailsMailinglist < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_vibrance_newsletter
end

Nicolai Reuschling wrote:

class SpamOnRailsMailinglist < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_vibrance_newsletter
end

Um, acts as vibrance?

Joe

On 8/15/06, Codeblogger [email protected] wrote:

class SpamOnRailsMailinglist < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_vibrance_newsletter
end

The good news is that as of a week ago Gmail finally started flagging
those as spam.

ā€“ James

class SpamOnRailsMailinglist < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_vibrance_newsletter
end

The good news is that as of a week ago Gmail finally started flagging
those as spam.

im trying to figrue out how to deal with this. Spamassassin default
config from gentoo is virtually perfect, but i prefer to put my mailing
list procmail rules before spamassassin, so theres no false positives.

why is spam getting through? isnt this list supposed to only accept mail
from subscribers? someone automating signups via a default mailman
subscription sequence? abuse of gmane/nabble gateway?

altough i dont like to, i have to say lol
where is svn for that? :slight_smile:

2006/8/15, Codeblogger [email protected]:

ā€“
Michael S. [email protected]

www.stellar-legends.de - Weltraum-Browsergame im Alpha-Stadium

carmen wrote:

class SpamOnRailsMailinglist < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_vibrance_newsletter end
The good news is that as of a week ago Gmail finally started
flagging those as spam.

why is spam getting through? isnt this list supposed to only accept
mail from subscribers? someone automating signups via a default
mailman subscription sequence? abuse of gmane/nabble gateway?

Anyone can send mails to this list as far as Iā€™m aware.

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