Whitelisting certain outbound messages

Greg Matthews gmatt at nerc.ac.uk
Wed Apr 4 09:12:07 IST 2007

Jay Chandler wrote:
> Greg Matthews wrote:
>> its pretty obvious that your botnet score is the main cause of the 
>> spam score. I have had to reduce the botnet score down to 1.0 because 
>> it is too aggressive for our environment.
> Right-- but it's great for inbound messages.  I guess I was hoping there 
> was some way to apply different metrics to outbound mail than inbound...

I was talking about inbound messages! I find it hits too many ham.

Outbound messages can be favoured with AWL and the ALL_TRUSTED SA 
ruleset. See the spamassassin wiki for details.


Greg Matthews           01491 692445
Head of UNIX/Linux, iTSS Wallingford

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