Rul set for Spam Subject Text ???

Dennis Willson taz at
Wed Aug 16 00:15:21 IST 2006

If you're not going to mark the email, why scan it at all? Why not 
make a rule that skips scanning for that one domain? Not only will it 
not get marked, but it will reduce server load (maybe not much, but 
every little bit helps).

On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 02:30:52 -0700 (PDT)
  jay shi <jayesha_shinde at> wrote:
>  Thanks Peter for ur quick response.
>  I am using MailScanner  4.48.4 with multidomain
>  sendmail. For low Score SPAM i am using this
>  Spam Subject Text = {possible spam} as a tag
>       One of my domain ( ask me, he dont't
>want this tag
>  , but other domains (, ) are demanding
>this feature.
>       i want to write rule set for above condition,
>Here is my rules for it in MailScanner.conf :--
>Spam Modify Subject = yes
>Spam Subject Text = %rules-dir%/spam.subject.rules
>cat /etc/MailScanner/rules/spam.subject.rules
>From:           {possible spam}
>From:           {possible spam} 
>service MailScanner restart
>      I may be wrong, if it plz correct me.   
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