> -----Original Message-----
> Now he has re-written how the mail is sent and most scores under 5.
> However those mails that score over 5 seem to always score 5.07
> and boy that
> has him wound up.

This is why I started using SA on my server.  A customer forwarded their SA
output headers to me when our company opt in newsletter was spamified.  So
after poking around to try to lower our score, I figured out that it would
be good to use it for our own stuff :)

I'm still having trouble getting the score lowered though.  One of our
content writers did a story on credit card use during christmas, and that
hit a bunch of things!

Maybe someone who understands this system could put together some guidelines
for legit senders?  Or would that just make our job harder with spammers
copying that info?



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