While I haven't seen any problem with patch itself since it just
adding a _useful_ knob, I personaly managed to use procmail to filter
most of that SPAM. My solution is not as CPU friendly as patch but
2000 messages is not an ultimate load for modern comps.

+1 for adding the patch. Also, will not die if not added

Just another 0.02UAH into the bike sched budget.

2007/6/20, Kurt Jaeger :
> Hi!
>
> [on a bikeshed:]
> > >3. Actual errors *will* be reported, and *will be read* if I don't
> > >have to delete thousands of non-errors.

> >
> > Perhaps a separate mailbox dedicated to this task, with a script
> > (grep?) that parses the emails in that mailbox daily looking for
> > expected messages, noting and deleting them, with unsent messages
> > noted via an email and messages with unexpected content forwarded as
> > well?

>
> Yes, that's what I have hoped for in the past as well.
>
> That script to analyse is not that easy to write, because
> there are many border cases.
>
> This script never materialized until now, and therefore, for the
> time being, I seriously hope this patch will be committed.
>
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