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Don't know if others think it's risky, or whether you will laugh yourselves silly that I haven't 
done it a long time ago, but I have just tested a mail filter for moderation messages where either 
the From field or the Subject field (in the message body, of course) begin with "=utf-8?.  I 
started by moving them to a special folder and marking them as read.  The filter works fine, so now 
I just delete them.

Personally I don't remember any such messages which weren't spam, mostly with a russian address, 
and I can't see that a serious message to a mailing list will have fancy formatting in these two 
fields.  If you think I'm being dangerously harsh let me know.


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