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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • search has that address is if PAUSE has it which means the whois file in the modules dir on CPAN has it. Also, anyone can take the list of IDs and make a list of ID@cpan.org for a spam list. While I sympathise with the disdain for spam I do think that people using and downloading your module[s] have the right to know your email address and there really aren't too many ways to do that without risking spam. Perhaps you could start experimenting with spam catchers?

  • I've been using a combination of Mail::SpamAssassin, procmail/mailstat, and Vipul's Razor 2 for several months now with no problems.

    I can highly recommend the combination, and can show you how I've got it all set up if you're interested.

    I've had one spam make it through the filters and one false positive (both early on). Nothing since.

    and yeah, I got "joe jobbed" recently too. not badly though. I've got procmail filtering those to the spamblock file for logging via mailstat now, as I consider those to be