dugan at passwall.com
Thu Dec 12 12:11:11 PST 2002
I thought I was volunteered for June in a kernel talk?
(Even had some questions from users on list about this.)
Wouldn't that make this July?
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Campus IT(/OS Security): Operating Systems Support Specialist Assistant
Eric Eisenhart said:
> On Thu, Dec 12, 2002 at 11:59:33AM -0800, ME wrote:
>> I have just been playing with spam assassin and squirrelmail and
>> maildrop and found spam filtering can be a pretty cool thing. I
>> suggest a talk on what to do to decrease spam on a Linux server, and
>> Linux client.
>> I could talk about this so long as someone else is willing to cover
>> the RedHat counterparts for the installation of the packages...
>> Perhaps as a speech after the kernel talk. (I would prefer summer, and
>> would need rides.)
> Okay, I've put you in tentatively for June 10th.
> Maybe you and I could do the presentation together; I could cover
> installing on RedHat (apt-get install spamassassin or perl -MCPAN -e
> "install 'Mail::SpamAssassin'") and maybe also cover the setup we've got
> at SRJC which we're probably officially "unveiling" before spring
> semester starts. --
> Eric Eisenhart
> NBLUG Co-Founder & President Pro Tempore for Life
> The North Bay Linux Users Group
> eric at nblug.org, IRC: Freiheit at freenode, AIM: falschfreiheit, ICQ:
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