Best Spam Mailer Module

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Test

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Mar 24, 2002, 12:16:09 AM3/24/02
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What is the best spam mailer module for spam mails (text based): for the
fastest speed etc

MIME:Lite
Mail:Sender
Mail:Sendmail
or something else?

It seems MIME:Lite is the best spamer for attachment

Is sending by system included sendmail better or sending by smtp server?


Gregory Toomey

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Mar 24, 2002, 2:16:30 AM3/24/02
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"Test" <Te...@test.com> wrote in message
news:3c9d5ff7$1...@news.mhogaming.com...

> What is the best spam mailer module for spam mails (text based): for the
> fastest speed etc

I've documented the speeds in http://www.jokes-4-you.com/funny/upass.htm

gtoomey


Tad McClellan

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Mar 24, 2002, 9:01:35 AM3/24/02
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Test <Te...@test.com> wrote:

>What is the best spam mailer module for spam mails


It is not possible to send mail using Perl.


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Tina Mueller

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Mar 24, 2002, 11:09:57 AM3/24/02
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In comp.lang.perl.misc Test <Te...@test.com> wrote:
> What is the best spam mailer module for spam mails

you really don't need perl for that. just send
your spam mail to the special newsgroup news.admin.net-abuse.email,
and from there it will be automatically spread out
to the world.

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Vladimir Parkhaev

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Mar 24, 2002, 11:25:20 AM3/24/02
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All those modules are WAY too slow. The best mailer in your case
will be devnull mailer, it is 5.37 times faster (without attachements)
than sendmail (i just wrote a white paper comparing the two).

open (MAIL, '> /dev/null') or die "open mail err: $!\n";
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
very important
foreach (@recipient) {
print MAIL "To: $_\n"; ;
}

# insert your message here
print MAIL "Great news for you!\n";
# or whatever you want to send.


close MAIL;


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