Would stripping HTML before calling SA help?
Kevin.Spicer at BMRB.CO.UK
Tue Feb 24 14:09:08 GMT 2004
Apologies for top posting - for reasons that will become clear!
Stripping HTML probably won't help as some of spamassassins best rules work on the HTML content.
However adding some extra rules to pick up this kind of thing will.
PLEASE DON'T forward spam or spam content to the list look what happens....
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