Presentation on theme: "Spam Policies CSG – January 2003 Dan Oberst – Princeton University."— Presentation transcript:
spam Policies CSG – January 2003 Dan Oberst – Princeton University
spam Filter Survey Survey Cornell University Harvard (Central Admin Only) Penn State University Princeton University University of Buffalo University of Calif. Office of Pres. University of Minnesota University of Washington University of Wisconsin
Princeton Experience Experience Filtering using spam Assassin ALL messages >300K tagged Users “opt in” and choose threshold Messages moved to spam folder Messages moved to spam folder 87,000 messages/day (since 11/1) 50% meet default threshold Users can post/local process (procmail, etc.) ~1,250 users have opted in (~10%)
Horsepower (future) Part of plan to provide redundant servers 2 x Sun V480 (4 processors) 8 GB memory 8 GB memory 2x36 GB (internal);12x18GB (SCSI) disks raw 2x36 GB (internal);12x18GB (SCSI) disks raw mirrored ~135GBmirrored ~135GB Lots of spindles for performance Lots of spindles for performance spam filtering, Norton A/V Capacity for user whitelists, growth, etc.