Odd missing X-Spam-Status: Yes header

Jim Davis jdavis at CS.ARIZONA.EDU
Thu Oct 27 22:21:16 IST 2005

On Thu, 27 Oct 2005, Glenn Steen wrote:

> Why do you rely on procmail handling this?

Procmail handles all local delivery, and I'm moving from a standalone
spamd/spamc setup where users do something like

* ^X-Spam-Status: Yes

in their .procmailrc files.  By policy, the server just tags; what users
do with that info is up to them.

As far as I can tell, that shouldn't be spoofable by a spammer simply
tacking on a 'X-Spam-Status: No' flag.

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