spam score for each test in header

Sylvain Phaneuf sylvain.phaneuf at IMSU.OXFORD.AC.UK
Fri May 16 11:45:06 IST 2003

You are right. The simpler the better. 

>>> mailscanner at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK 16/05/2003 11:01:16 >>>
At 10:19 16/05/2003, you wrote:
>Brilliant !!!  Thanks Julian.
>I am 100% happy with your solution.   But if I may push my luck...  How
>difficult would it be to transfer this header line into an attachment to
>the message named something like "spam_score_details.txt", and get the
>list of test & scores in a neat format with carriage returns after each
>score, and an explanation at the top for the user saying something like
>"Your MailScanner system has performed the following tests to determine if
>it was spam. Please see yout local IT officer for more details". Or leave
>us to create that piece of text so that we can add our contact details, etc.?

Not keen on that. MailScanner doesn't mess with the message more than it
has to, and this would create an attachment on every single message. Even
if you just do this with spam, you are adding to your spam load problem,
not reducing it.
Julian Field 
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