Rule match by Subject: ?
chuck.foster at STREAMSHIELD.COM
Thu Feb 17 17:45:54 GMT 2005
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> Is it not enough that people can add a proper rule to spamassasin
> and rise/lower scores for matching subjects?
> I do it eg. for word 'virus' in subject and that works fine.
This would be after the rulesets have been examined of course, ie. the
decision has already been made; I guess someone might want to do
To: user at domain and Subject: /v[i1]agra/ delete
rather than SpamAssassin simply setting a score for the message.
I can see potential applications for this on arbitrary headers, not too
sure how useful it would be generally (though of course once it's there
... (hmm, X-Mailer: /outlook/ delete :-))
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