It’s a darn good thing Brad thought to add regular expression matching as a minor feature, though. There’s a lot of crap that would otherwise get through as the spammers get more sophisticated. That regex matching has one key feature that Jay Allen’s MT-Blacklist sorely lacked: it checks the e-mail address, too.
See, I have this guy who thinks he’s Socrates.
Socrates@euthyphroed.com, in fact.
He has lots of drugs to sell.
He loves to post about it here.
“Euthyphroed” is now in the SpamLookup “block” wordlist. He’s tried over 300 times since I added it, but he hasn’t succeeded yet.
Go ponder that for a while, Socrates.
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