hunter at userfriendly.net
Fri Jan 2 16:54:49 GMT 2004
On Fri, 2004-01-02 at 11:50, Julian Field wrote:
> > > score DCC_CHECK 3.7
> > > dcc_path /usr/local/bin/dccproc
> > > dcc_body_max 5
> > > dcc_fuz1_max 5
> > > dcc_fuz2_max 5
> What do those values do? I've never bothered setting them myself. MS
> doesn't enter any values for them so I guess SA might?
Those are for matching the DCC values in the headers, as in the
following (from viewing the full headers of an incoming email i see):
X-DCC-SIHOPE-DCC-3-Metrics: niteowl 1085; Body=1 Fuz1=1 Fuz2=1
IIRC, those settings in SA tell it when to mark the email as a positive
Michael B. Weiner, Linux+, Linux+ SME
The UserFriendly Network (UFN)
Linux Registered User #94900 Have you been counted?
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