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Old 04-09-2008, 01:01 AM   #1
blackst0ne
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Smile PyICQ-t + ejabberd: spam protection


Hello.

I have:
  • OS: GNU/Linux CentOS 5
  • Jabber-Server: ejabberd 2.0.0
  • ICQ-Transport: PyICQ-t 0.8b
  • Jabber-Client: QIP (very popular multi-protocol client in Russia) and Psi (MS Windows version).


The problem:
Every day I get spam messages via ICQ.
Web Presence in PyICQ-t config file is disabled.
Checkbox "Ignore events from contacts not already in my roster" is actived.
By the way, if I connect to ICQ sever directly, I don't get any spam.
Google couldn't help me.

Can anyone please tell me is there any spam protection system for PyICQ-t?
Thanks.
 
  


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