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Hey Tammy, more trick questions for you

By Deadly Ernest ·
I noticed one of our more common spammers has its own domain.

1. Is it possible for TR to set up a filter that refuses a membership from that domain?

2. Can TR set up a filter to not allow a post with that domain name in it the title or the body of the post?

The thing doing this is using an email of

kobe@cdkey-game.com

and a web address of

www.1cdkey.com

If we can filter it out, we'd at least force it to spend more money on registering more domain names etc to continue, or get rid of it, which would be the best option.

In the meantime, can you forward any spam to their email address above? That should make them happy.

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Kinda like bad word filter...

by tcavadias Staff In reply to Hey Tammy, more trick que ...

... that is already in place?


That might be possible (I'll have to check), but is it feasible since we all know there are ways to get around filters. However I will ask.

>> In the meantime, can you forward any spam to their email address above? That should make them happy.

Sounds like a TR member project :-)

-Tammy [_]3

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Bad word filter

by Ed Woychowsky In reply to Kinda like bad word filte ...

At the very least it will improve my vocabilary as I try to find a way around it. ;-)

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so I am forwarding all my spam to kobe@cdkey-game.com ?

by .Martin. In reply to Hey Tammy, more trick que ...

just had to check that the address was right...

so it is kobe@cdkey-game.com ...

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I'm not sure...

by tcavadias Staff In reply to kobe@cdkey-game.com

.. can you try it again? I think I missed a letter in there :-D

-Tammy [_]3

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