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To help reduce unsolicited or ``spam'' e-mail, we support SpamAssassin, a flexible spam filtering package that gives you the opportunity to make your own decisions on what is spam and what is not.

The TCC staff have set up default spam blocking rules that should detect most spam most of the time, and rarely block mail as spam incorrectly.

However, you may wish to fine-tune the spam filtering rules applied to your mail. For details, see SpamAssassin at the Tech Computer Center.

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John Shipman, tcc-doc@nmt.edu
Last updated: 2005/08/07 01:22:03 UT
URL: http://www.nmt.edu/tcc/help/email/spam.html
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