a.peacock at chime.ucl.ac.uk
Wed Jun 4 14:48:32 IST 2008
Devon Harding wrote:
>> Hi Devon,
>> It depends.
>> The easiest way to get help with false negatives is to make one available
>> to us to look at, with the rules that it does hit. Don't send it to the
>> list, but place the full email (with all headers) on the web somewhere
>> accessible, then people will be more likely to tell you what rules that they
>> use to catch this sort of spam.
> Here is an example of spam messages that got through:
How about in plain text format?
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