"spam" with negative score. What settings do I need to change?

Chris W. Parker cparker at SWATGEAR.COM
Wed Oct 19 18:31:30 IST 2005

Matt Kettler <mailto:mkettler at EVI-INC.COM>
    on Wednesday, October 19, 2005 10:16 AM said:

> No. If you trust a DNSBL enough to use it as a MailScanner spam list,
> then you should trust it all the time.
> If the DNSBL isn't sufficiently accurate for you to trust it, it
> shouldn't be in the spam lists, instead it should be called by SA and
> factored into the score.

Good point.

How do I get SA involved?

> If you whitelisted it using MailScanner's whitelist, yes. If you used
> SpamAssassin's whitelist (whitelist_from, etc) then no.

OK good. I will be using MailScanner's whitelist.


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