Rule match by Subject: ?
peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Fri Feb 25 20:48:15 GMT 2005
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Kevin Miller wrote:
> Julian Field wrote:
>>Is it useful to anyone to be able to use Subject: matches in a
>>ruleset? It should be pretty simple to add, it's just a copy of the
>>virus-name matching I already do.
> You mean so we could have a rule that says look for $FILTERSTRING and then
> highscore it? That would be great to filter out the p0rn that actually
> follows the rules (in the US) and includes "Sexually Explicit" in the
> subject line, as well as "Rolex", etc...
But that's so easy to do in SA, there must be some other idea behind it.
describe LOCAL_1 Test rule
header LOCAL_1 Subject =~ /sexually explicit/i
score LOCAL_1 10
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