[SURBL-Discuss] checking plain domains in message bodies against SURBLs reportedly effective

Ryan Thompson ryan at sasknow.com
Sat Sep 4 13:24:59 CEST 2004

Raymond Dijkxhoorn wrote to SURBL Discussion list:

> Hi!
>> Since the domain is in plain text and doesn't contain a protocol or
>> subdomain (i.e., 'www'), I haven't yet seen a mail client that will
>> display it as a clickable URL. Thus, with this, we're probably mostly
> It was clickable in pine, at least...

Really? How? Do you mean double-click to highlight? :-)

My (UNIX) PINE, when running in an x-term (i.e., locally), allows
clicking on anchor'd URIs in HTML parts, and then it just calls VIEWER,
if defined. I've yet to see it highlight anything in plain text. Remote
PINE doesn't support any sort of mouse input.

What kind of PINE are you using? Looks like PINE 4.61 compiled for
linux, from your headers.

- Ryan

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