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18482Re: [PBML] Spam / Mail / CGI Script

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  • merlyn@stonehenge.com
    Apr 1, 2004
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      >>>>> "Gordon" == Gordon Stewart <Gordon.Stewart@...> writes:

      Gordon> is it possible, for an ISP to 'route' all emails via a CGI
      Gordon> script - before it reaches the POP mailbox ?

      Uh, how is CGI involved here? CGI is a method to manage web
      responses to forms. I don't see someone hitting a form, or needing
      a web response.

      However, on most decent ISPs, you can use something like "procmail"
      to run a program or at least filter on every mail before it ends up
      in your pop box. Ask your ISP if they support procmail.

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