I believe the idea is right but your example is wrong.  4.92 rounds to 4.9,
not to 5.0

It may have been any number between 4.95 and 4.9999..., say 4.983

> I think the hits= is a rounded number. So it may have been 
> 4.92 for example.
> >>> "Chris Barnes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 01/30/04 11:42AM >>>
> I'm confused.  A spam message got through and had this in the header:
> X-Spam-Status: No, hits=5.0 required=5.0
> tests=HTML_60_70,HTML_IMAGE_ONLY_04,
>  autolearn=no version=2.61

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