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Re: [vox] spam control: send email to confirm

Well, what it should do is require a reply that only a
human could easily produce.  For example ask them to
reply with a word depicted in a graphic image.

Of course most businesses would never implement a reply-to-
confirm scheme, out of fear they would lost a potential

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On Monday 23 June 2003 11:32 am, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> very impressive:
> http://hr.uoregon.edu/davidrl/confirm/
> one of those "send an email to confirm you're not a spammer" type spam
> controls.
> when someone sends you an email for the first time, they have to send a
> confirmation email to verify they're not a spammer.  after that, it
> keeps a record of people who confirmed themselves.  people are only
> asked to confirm once.
> i imagine you have to be careful about adding mailing lists by hand.
> haven't installed it, but i've seen it in action.  very nice!
> pete

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