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On Wed, 24 Sep 1997, Matthew Ghio wrote:

> I drop everything with an X-UIDL or X-PMFLAGS header in it.  I don't know
> why, but spammers often flag their junkmail as such by putting one of
> these lines in it.  It sure makes it easy to delete the spam...
> 
> bureau42 Anonymous Remailer <[email protected]> wrote:
> 
> > 
> > Subject: A cypherpunks challenge.
> > 
> > Received: from 158.43.192.4 (actually max01-056.enterprise.net) by
> > bath.mail.pipex.net with SMTP (PP); Sat, 20 Sep 1997 15:40:32 +0100
> > Received: from gateway1.ml.org by mail.ml.org (8.8.5/8.6.5) with SMTP id
> > GAA02326 for <[email protected]>; Sat, 20 Sep 1997 14:36:08 -0600 (EST)
> > Date: Sat, 20 Sep 97 14:36:08 EST
> > From: [email protected]
> > To: [email protected]
> > Subject: Shut up.
> > Message-Id: <964dffe172ca4d>
> > Reply-To: [email protected]
> > X-Pmflags: cum-see-me
> > X-Uidl: 9275163132023367354272390
> > Comments: Authenticated sender is <[email protected]>

Another good procmail trigger is the timezone "0600 (EST)", which is a bug
in one of the more commonly used spammer programs. 

Cynthia
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