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Kopete Antispam Plugin

   0.5  

KDE Chat Application

Score 86%
Kopete Antispam Plugin
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1542
Submitted:  Jun 9 2008
Updated:  Dec 28 2009

Description:

Kopete Antispam Plugin helps to protect kopete messenger from various spammers by using simple answer/question scheme:

Potential spammers receive a simple question, and they are ignored until they answers question.

Both KDE3 and KDE4 versions are available, see downloads.

Compilation:

To compile plugin you need a kopete shared library. In Debian and Ubuntu Karmic it's libkopete-dev package, in older Ubuntu - kdenetwork-dev, in openSUSE - kopete-devel.

KDE3 version uses autotools, to install you need:

./configure
make
sudo make install

KDE4 version uses CMake, so you need:

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .
make
sudo make install

Where /usr prefix is for Debian/Ubuntu, for other distributions it may vary.

PPA for Karmic available: https://launchpad.net/~alexey-noskov/+archive/kde




Changelog:

Version 0.5:

- Multiple answers support, patterns in answers
- Fixes in contact deleting in KDE 4.2

Version 0.4:

- Ability to ignore all unknown contacts.
- Ability to remove contacts failed test.

Big thanks to Richard Donkin (aka Cato here) for his patch!

Version 0.3 KDE4:

- KDE4 port, using CMake for building plugin.

Version 0.3:

- Added white list, containing wildcards: if some wildcards matches contact no test needed for him.
- Added notification about passing test: when some contact passes test, it receives message about it.




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 AUTH spams

 
 by Pollywog on: Jun 12 2008
 
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The version of Kopete in KDE 4.0 has some anti-spam features but the spams disguised as authorization requests in ICQ still get through. Is there any way of dealing with those spams? Most of the ones I receive are either in the Cyrillic alphabet or have a URL or both, so that might be one way of being rid of them. An authorization request should not have URL's and I don't read Russian.


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 needs sophistication

 
 by chandraiitk on: Jul 10 2008
 
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I appreciate the approach but to make it acceptable on large scale, few things must be taken care of. Following are the difficulties I realized:

1. On Yahoo or MSN or Gchat, if someone adds me, i don't receive any confirmation message. This is unacceptable.

2. I need to give a FULL email address in the white-list if I have to bypass the person receive the question. Please allow something like this:
I should be able to add example123@yahoo.com in white-list just by typing *xample12*.

3. Please add an option so that all the current users in the messenger list will automatically be added in white-list. It would be better if there is also an option for different protocols or groups. e.g. Add all Yahoo users in white-list but not all MSN users.

I think, the aforementioned three things are incorporates, this plugin is really going to be very useful.

Thanks!


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 Thank you! :)

 
 by Estariol on: Jul 21 2008
 
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Subj :)


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 KDE4 version?

 
 by davidfreeman on: Sep 1 2008
 
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I tried to compile a couple of times using a KDE4 installation on Fedora 10 (Rawhide/Testing) along with the installation of the Fedora kdelibs3-devel rpm, with the idea of using the plugin against the kopete version from kdenetwork-4.1.0-2.fc10.x86_64 and files from kdenetwork-devel-4.1.0-2.fc10.x86_64.

After
1. getting past the error "in the prefix, you've chosen, are no KDE headers installed. This will fail." with the command 'configure --includedir=/usr/include/kde4', I
2. Got the "I can't find the designer plugins" error because I had not yet installed kdelibs3-devel package, for which the file ./configure is hard-coded. I fulfilled that requirement and then...
2. moved on to the 'make' command and predictably encountered a consequence of the kopete version differences and got an error noting the absence/renaming of knotifyclient.h in my newer, KDE4 version of kdenetwork. I tried to dissimulate and create a symbolic link from knotification.h to a knotifyclient.h, but then got the error "/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/include/qfileinfo.h:123:2: error: #error " with the additional:
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/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/include/qfileinfo.h:123:2: error: #error "QFileInfo::size() should return QIODevice::Offset instead of uint"
In file included from kopeteantispamplugin.cpp:132:
kopeteantispamplugin.moc:17:2: error: #error "This file was generated using the moc from 3.3.8b. It"
kopeteantispamplugin.moc:18:2: error: #error "cannot be used with the include files from this version of Qt."
kopeteantispamplugin.moc:19:2: error: #error "(The moc has changed too much.)"
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I expect that this scenario is to be expected, but wonder if there might be a workaround or a KDE4 version coming from your generous keyboard. Anything in the works?

Thank you very much for working on this plugin and sharing it with us!


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 Re: KDE4 version?

 
 by alno on: Sep 1 2008
 
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Thanks for response!

Some times ago i switched to KDE4, and i think i will create a KDE4 branch of plugin at nearly times.


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 Re: KDE4 version?

 
 by alno on: Sep 9 2008
 
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I uploaded KDE4 version of plugin, enjoy)


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 Re: Re: KDE4 version?

 
 by davidfreeman on: Oct 9 2008
 
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Thank you very much for making, sharing and updating this much-needed module.

It was not immediately obvious to me that the subdirectory containing the kde4 version of the source is an equivalent to and not a dependent of the source in the main directory from the tarball, so I'd just like to leave the explicit note here that it is necessary (these lines are for the Fedora 9/10 x86_64 layout in contradistinction to Debian/Ubuntu and SuSe) to work from the kde4 directory with:

#######################
tar -zcvf kopete-antispam-0.3-kde4.tar.gz
cd kopete-antispam-0.3/kopete-antispam-0.3-kde4
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr
make
make install
#######################

Thanks again!


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 kas on kde4/kubuntu

 
 by pippo73 on: Sep 10 2008
 
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Hi all,
I'm trying to install this plugin on my kubuntu platform.

I start with

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr /lib/kde4/ .

and this goes well but when I run the make command I get the following error.


$ make
[...SNIP...]
[ 55%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/kcm_kopete_antispam.dir/kopeteantispamconfig.o
Linking CXX shared module lib/kcm_kopete_antispam.so
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lkopete
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [lib/kcm_kopete_antispam.so] Error 1
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/kcm_kopete_antispam.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2



Could you help me pls


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 Re: kas on kde4/kubuntu

 
 by alno on: Sep 11 2008
 
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Did you install kdenetwork-dev-kde4 package?

Try it, if no.


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 Re: Re: kas on kde4/kubuntu

 
 by pippo73 on: Sep 11 2008
 
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Great !! it works! but I don't find the plugin in the kopete list :(


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 Re: Re: Re: kas on kde4/kubuntu

 
 by jinxx on: Sep 14 2008
 
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I had same problem on openSUSE 11.0, with kopete kde4. After few minutes of seeking solution, i have one.

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/
make
su - -c checkinstall

because of in opensuse kde4 is in /usr/share/kde4 /usr/lib/kde4.

You may also delete /i586-suse-linux and /crt?.o and /kopete*.h which are not important.

I enjoy silent work with kopete without russian spam bots :)


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 RPM dependencies

 
 by uteck on: Sep 20 2008
 
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I installed this on CentOS5.2 with the RPM and it went in fine, but when I enable the plugin it says it can't fine libpcreposix.so.3. I have Pcre installed which seems to be package that provides the library.


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