Spicer, Kevin Kevin.Spicer at BMRB.CO.UK
Fri May 30 09:30:37 IST 2003

The answer lies in the spam score header which will tell you which tests were 'hits'.  A spam score of 3.8 seems a bit low - you should probably expect quite a few false positives at that setting.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: apostolus [mailto:apostolus at BLUEYONDER.CO.UK]
> Sent: 30 May 2003 09:15
> Subject: lycos
> Hi Group
> ANYONE KNOW WHY AN EMAIL FROM name.surname at would 
> be treated as
> spam?  seems a bit strange to me..
> running mailscanner with spamassassin and f-prot..
> i've  set a spam score of 3.8 on incoming mail
> $Id: check_mailscanner,v 2003/03/26 22:38:28
> thanks all
> apost
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