putting the spam score in the header

Harnish, Joe jharnish at CI.GRAND-RAPIDS.MI.US
Thu Apr 10 22:07:11 IST 2003

I actually have it move but what I am hoping for is something a little
cleaner so that I can put it on all messages even though the message may not
be marked as spam.

I was looking at putting it into the place for {Scanned} to make it so they
can see what their normal mail is scoring too.



-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Spicer [mailto:kevins at BMRB.CO.UK]
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 4:05 PM
Subject: Re: putting the spam score in the header

If you just want something quick and brutal for testing purposes (and
you're running Outlook, which it looks like you might be...) you can
Spam Header = X-Message-Flag
This flags the message, and will show the entire spam report yellow
information section at the top of the email when you open it.
I wouldn't use this in production though as a) so many flagged messages
can be annoying b) People might have legitimate reasons for flagging
The best way to actually filter mail into different folders according to
the spam score is to filter on the value of the X-MailScanner-SpamScore

On Thu, 2003-04-10 at 19:39, Harnish, Joe wrote:

I was wondering if there is a quick way in the MailScanner.conf file
that I could have the Spam Subject look like this {Spam?} ##.  Where ##
would be the score.  I have set this up for a test group and I need an
easy way to let them know what the score was.



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