Anti fraud FPs
[ISO-8859-1] João Gouveia
jgouveia at GMAIL.COM
Thu Aug 18 00:39:49 IST 2005
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We're getting some FPs with the standard "claiming to be" anti fraud message.
This happens because people send (ham) HTML email messages that
contain HREFs with content that's beeing wrongly interpreted as a URI.
Some examples of messages triggering the anti fraud warning
* [a href="http://www.google.com"]This triggers. Info it's beeing
interpreted as a TL.D.[/a]
* Check this article about [a href="http://www.google.com"]standard
features of Microsoft .NET[/a]
Is this the standard behaviour for recent versions of MailScanner?
We're using 4.41.
Although right now we have only a few complains, I'm thinking about
turning of this anti-fraud mechanism because I feal it's prone to
cause too many FPs.
What does your experience say?
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