How to add X-Spam-Status?

Ugo Bellavance ugob at CAMO-ROUTE.COM
Wed Jul 20 16:33:50 IST 2005

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Smirnov, Sergey wrote:
> But it should be different in spam and not spam messages
> I changed MailScanner.conf:
> Spam Header = X-Spam-Status:
> and /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/languages.conf:
> Spam = Yes
> NotSpam = No
> Now my user don't need to change filter rules to identify spam

Please avoid top posting.

You may break something else this way.

You can make a 'header' action for spam, another for non-spam, and
another for high-spam.

> Ugo Bellavance wrote:
>>Smirnov, Sergey wrote:
>>>How can I add X-Spam-Status header on mails successfuly scanned by
>>>Sergey Smirnov
>>>UNIX System Administrator of System Department
>>>Transas Group
>>#    header "name: value"    - Add the header
>>#                                name: value
>>#                              to the message. name must not contain any
>># This can also be the filename of a ruleset, in which case the filename
>>You can find this in all "Actions".
>>Found that in the change log for 4.37.7.


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