[SURBL-Discuss] mbox parser

Jose Marcio Martins da Cruz Jose-Marcio.Martins at ensmp.fr
Tue May 18 13:48:11 CEST 2004

Yes, but you can be very careful with extracted URIs. Many spams come 
with poisonned URIs. Some of them are good sites (I even found 
unesco.org in a porn spam). Some of them come with hundreds of random 
generated URIs and others come with nonexistent URIs, usually on the 
unsubscribe web page.

Justin Mason wrote:
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> SpamAssassin 3.0.0's "mass-check --loguris" works quite well ;)
> - --j.
> Jeff Chan writes:
>>On Monday, May 17, 2004, 5:07:32 PM, David Coulson wrote:
>>>I've got a decent mailbox containing a variety of spam e-mail. Is there 
>>>a nice little Perl script out there which will spit out the URLs so I 
>>>can submit them to Bill's list?
>>Hi David,
>>Someone else asked about this recently, saying he could not find
>>a good message body URI parser.  Presumably the reason is that
>>it's a little more complicated than it may seem at first, given
>>the need to decode MIME, weird cases, etc.  I suggested starting
>>with some of the code form SpamCopURI or urirhsbl from the SA 3.0
>>URIBL module.
>>Jeff C.
>>Discuss mailing list
>>Discuss at lists.surbl.org
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