On 04/07/2018 10:42 AM, Sebastian Arcus wrote:
I'm not entirely sure what is the cause of this - notification emails from The Pension Regulator in UK (a government body overseeing pensions) have the destination email in upper case as part of the Message-ID. I don't know if the user has input their email address in caps when creating the account with TPR, and the system at TPR just preserves caps - or maybe their email software does that on purpose somehow. In all events, all email notifications from them go straight to the Junk folder. Do the standards really require a message id to be in all lower case?


I've enclosed one of the messages received here:

https://pastebin.com/9Bmu3pj1

I added this to the 60_whitelist_auth.cf to trust this sender:

def_whitelist_auth *@*.tpr.gov.uk

This will get pushed out in a couple of days by sa-update.

I know it's not directly addressing your question about the rule's high score but this is how I address these types of issues. If you create a "fast lane" for trusted senders then this allows for more aggressive tactics/scores for new and untrusted senders.

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David Jones

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