seems like a bug in the spam cache thing
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Tue Feb 28 11:50:12 GMT 2006
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On 28 Feb 2006, at 11:30, Dave Strydom wrote:
> 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:
>>> 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
>> so that makes the difference.
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