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--- Comment #9 from John Hardin <> ---
I was going to say I think that the epilog rule needs to be moved out of the
sandbox and have a hard score applied, but looking at masscheck it looks like
there's a lot of ham that actually has stuff where it should not.

So perhaps the MIMEHeader plugin should relax its interpretation of the RFC in
the same manner so that malformed MIME does get scanned for content.

Perhaps expose that as a new MIMEHeader rule type (mimeepilogheader perhaps?)
for content in the epilog that could be scored much higher - e.g. a ZIP
attachment in the epilog would be an automatic poison pill, in the proper MIME
block it would not. It is already detecting whether or not the epilog exists...

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