Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of mail-abuse


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Apr 12, 2017, 9:27:58 AM (4 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    1313In addition, there is additional parsing to gain a better understanding of who is responsible for the email. That parsing is done with the `analyze-message` script. This script attempts to identify who sent the spam message. If it can make an accurate assessment, it creates a symlink to the original message in the analyzed-messages directory (with a sub-directory for each sender).
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    15 Lastly, the `abuse-stats` script offers a summary of the results and can be run any time to get a sense of where the abuse emails are coming from.
     15Lastly, the `abuse-stats` script offers a summary of the results and can be run any time to get a sense of where the abuse emails are coming from. By default it prints the stats for all email received in the last 365 days. You can pass an integer as the first argument to limit the stats to the last N days (e.g. `./abuse-stats 30` to see stats for the last 30 days).
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    1717== To Do ==