Filter-style spam-marking script
'notespam' is a Unix filter-style spam-marking script based on data from DNS-based RBL services. It is suitable for being called as a procmail filter, and supports both system-wide and user-specific lists of RBL servers to check (blacklists) and lists of hosts or IP blocks not to mark as spam (whitelists).
released on 5 June 2002
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|License:GPLv2||Janet Casey||5 June 2002|
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