On Fri Sep 16 2016 01:22:20 Jeff Morris <jeffm...@nullmodem.org> said:
> On 9/12/2016 4:15 PM, Jeff Morris wrote:
>> On 9/4/2016 7:22 AM, @lbutlr wrote:
>>> On 01 Sep 2016, at 13:18, Jeff Morris <jeffm...@nullmodem.org> wrote:
>>>>    $sa_spam_subject_tag = sprintf( "[SPAM: %06.3f]", _SCORE_ );
>>>> Or is there a better way to do what I want? Maybe there's a token like 
>>>> _ZSCORE_ ? :-)
>>> Close.
>>>         _SCORE(PAD)_      message score, if PAD is included and is either 
>>> spaces or
>>>                           zeroes, then pad scores with that many spaces or 
>>> zeroes
>>>                           (default, none)  ie: _SCORE(0)_ makes 2.4 become 
>>> 02.4,
>>>                           _SCORE(00)_ is 002.4.  12.3 would be 12.3 and 
>>> 012.3
>>>                           respectively.
>>> _SCORE(0)_ will pad with 0’s and _SCORE( )_ will pad with spaces
>> Thank you! I'm not sure how I missed that when I looked for it, but indeed, 
>> that works like a charm.
> Sigh. Well, it would appear that I spoke too soon. I *thought* it was working 
> like a charm; turns out I was looking at already delivered spam on which I 
> had already run a search and replace on the spam tag to make it sortable. 
> When I went back and looked at my spam folder again today I realized that on 
> new incoming spam, Amavisd is actually tagging with the literal string 
> "_SCORE(0)_". So for some reason, Amavisd doesn't recognize this padded 
> version of score for me. Was this a feature only added recently perhaps? I'm 
> running Centos7, using the amavisd-new-2.10.1-5 rpm. Any other way to do this?

The _SCORE(PAD)_ is a spamassassin setting, not an amavis setting. Where are 
you setting it?

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