seems like a bug in the spam cache thing
strydom.dave at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 11:30:55 GMT 2006
its not the difference in score, it's the fact that it's scoring 19
from the spamassassin cache but is not being treated as spam, it's
being treated as clean mail.
On 2/28/06, Ramprasad <ram at netcore.co.in> wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-02-28 at 10:58 +0200, Dave Strydom wrote:
> > Hi,
> > please refer to the attached picture, if not, let me know and i'll put
> > it on the web.
> > Basically an email gets picked up as spam with a spam score of like
> > 19, the next message the comes in, has this message:
> Look at the maillog for both the mails. See what rules hit the second
> mail and missed the first.
> Most likely these are dns checks. all the RCVD_IN_* checks
> Even on my server I get same mails with different scores and they are
> because of inconsistent scores by the dns checks, though we run a
> caching nameserver. I think these dns servers are not always available
> so that makes the difference.
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