small spam score, but defined as spam
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Tue Mar 15 07:02:12 GMT 2005
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Peter Bonivart wrote:
> Jason wrote:
>> Sometimes I recieve emails marked to be spam without enough spam
>> score. The
>> follow header is from an email (actually a spam). MailScanner correctly
>> defines it as spam, but the score is just -0.125. So does MailScanner
>> not only rely on spam score? What else then?
>> X-MailScanner-SpamCheck: spam, spamhaus-XBL, SpamAssassin (score=-0.125,
>> required 5, ALL_TRUSTED -3.30, BAYES_50 0.00, HTML_30_40 0.02,
>> HTML_MESSAGE 0.00, INVALID_DATE 0.24, MIME_HTML_ONLY 0.18,
>> MIME_QP_LONG_LINE 0.04, MSGID_OUTLOOK_INVALID 2.70)
> this question pops up every week. Could you please consider having RBL
> checks within MS disabled as a default?
I think a MAQ entry would be more appropriate.
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