[SURBL-Discuss] C version of SURBL client?

Andrew andrew at donehue.net
Sun Nov 7 01:27:32 CET 2004


Arghhhhh ++ - for non-commercial use only!  It means that I can't share 
the wonders of SURBL with my customers :(



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Jose Marcio Martins da Cruz wrote:

>Arghhhhh !
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>There is a good one :
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>>On Friday, November 5, 2004, 11:02:51 PM, Andrew wrote:
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>>>Does anyone know if there is an open-source client written in c to
>>>perform URL searches in message bodies, and then lookups against a SURBL ?
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>>>(This is not for use with SA)
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>>I can't think of any open source ones off hand, but that doesn't
>>mean there aren't any.  Have you taken a look at some of the
>>programs mentioned on our links page:
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>>  http://www.surbl.org/links.html
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>>It's possible some are written in C.
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>Errrrrr.  Jeff ! 
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>You forgot me. 
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>j-chkmail is written in C, and is probably the oldest one supporting SURBL (since April).
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>  http://j-chkmail.ensmp.fr
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>j-chkmail doesn't appear on the link list... 8-)
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>Jose-Marcio
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>>That said, the task of extracting URI domains from email messages
>>is non-trivial particularly from spams, which often have
>>obfuscation methods that must be undone.  Something like the
>>SpamAssassin code can be a good starting point, though it
>>has the advantage of a regular expression language, mail
>>method decoding tools, etc.
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>>Jeff C.
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>>"If it appears in hams, then don't list it."
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