I've seen mentions of this type of spam that does not get tagged as such
with the default rules of spamassassin 2.55.

Can anyone elaborate on techniques for blocking this type of spam? I saw
mention of the fact that most of these have a forged received header - I
checked some that I got here and sure enough - the first one I checked
shows that it originated from hotmail.com (unknown [])

Looking up resolves to h00c002ccf7c5.ne.client2.attbi.com -
obviously forged - but the question is how can spamassassin rules be
tweaked to catch this?

Any recommendations would be of interest.



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