mysqlstudent at gmail
Mar 15, 2012, 1:32 PM
Post #3 of 5
>> I've noticed that a number of hams have been tagged with
>> AXB_X_AOL_SEZ_S, creating false positives. Is this looking for a
>> simple pattern in the body that would cause so many fp's for me?
> find where your updated rules live.
> (locate MIRRORED.BY)
> grep AXB_X_AOL_SEZ_S *
Yes, I shouldn't have assumed that it was obvious I already did that.
However, it seems to be just too simplistic of a pattern to apply 3
x-aol-global-disposition =~ /^S$/
72_active.cf:describe AXB_X_AOL_SEZ_S AOL said this is S
72_scores.cf:score AXB_X_AOL_SEZ_S 2.799 2.999 2.799 2.999
I've found nearly every AOL mail has that header, no?
That's basically a poison pill rule...