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Stefan Tilkov,

I’ve installed SpamLookup as an MT-Blacklist alternative — so far, this looks very promising. (The CAPTCHA I have now for protecting against comment spam sucks, but works; so I’m interested in SpamLookup mostly for preventing TrackBack spam.)

On June 3, 2005 4:10 AM, ryan said:

i’d be interested in hearing how you got spamlookup to work once installed. i’m having a difficult time of it - but then i’m on a windows server running apache 2.x. hope to hear from you



On June 3, 2005 7:27 AM, Stefan Tilkov said:

Ryan, I basically only followed the installation instructions, and luckily did not run into any problems (our server platform is Linux, though). So I (un)fortunately have zero knowledge about how to debug an installation …