spam.pl reads an email from stdin and creates a complaint mail which it sends to the postmaster and abuse-receivers of the domains that have relayed the mail. It is customizable to prevent complaining to friendly hosts, uses your own complaint mail and is ready to be invoked from within another mail program.
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Release Notes: Major bugfixes and efficiency improvements. Added documentation and more reliance on CPAN modules.
Release Notes: Some major inefficiencies were fixed. Comments were added. Tons of bugfixes were made. Net::Whois::Raw and Net::Whois::IP are now used for all whois lookups, instead of forking out "whois" processes. Some code was optimized, and timeouts were put in for whois lookups.
Release Notes: This release includes some header parsing tweaks, and a new $HOME/.spam/addmailaddress file for addresses to which you always want copies of your spam reports sent.
Release Notes: A -n option to prevent the .signature from getting added, support for a config file, and better support for microsoft mail headers.
Release Notes: Digging out IP addresses from the received: headers better, a fix for a bug that sometimes let friendly domains get mailed, use of sendmail -f, -q allows sending of the headers only in the complaint, and a -i flag for "complaint relay" services.