spamassassin.andy at spiegl
Feb 3, 2004, 4:39 PM
Post #9 of 9
Re: why is RCVD_IN_NJABL_DIALUP score so high?
[In reply to]
thanks for the explanation!
> These rules aren't supposed to fire if the dialup was the first hop and
> not the hop that was talking to your "trusted" mail server which is
> running spamassassin.
Ah, that sounds very reasonable and explains a lot.
I always tested on my local host. Just did a test on the mailserver and
whoopie spamassassin doesn't complain about the dialup there. Great!
> > PS: How come so many on this list use broken mailers which don't set the
> > reply-to header correctly? Most of the threads are split up which
> > makes the list pretty hard to read. :-(
> You mean in-reply-to?
Yep, sorry, typo.
> It's the people who start a new thread by replying to an existing post
> rather than retype the list's address and fail to remove the references
> and in-reply-to headers.
No, what I meant is that the in-reply-to header is missing. For example
look at the thread "RE: Mr Wiggly has changed". I think the problem is
Outlook Express because I see a lot of
X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.5.2653.19)
and am wondering why in the world spam/security-aware people would be using
MS LookOut? ;-)
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