Flagging SPAM

Scott Silva ssilva at SGVWATER.COM
Tue Aug 30 00:08:27 IST 2005

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Johnny Stork spake the following on 8/29/2005 12:03 PM:
> We currently receive some mail from a remote host through fetchmail and
> this host also runs spamassassin. Hence some emails are already flagged
> as SPAM with a changed subject line. However, once the message has
> passed through mailscanner, it is NOT flagged as SPAM so I would like to
> ensure it is also flagged there as well.
> Is there a way to change the settings either in spamassassin or
> mailscanner so it will also flag a message as SPAM if it sees certain
> words in the subject line?
You could write a simple rule for spamassassin to score messages like
that high enough to flag them, or write a MCP rule to do the same.


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