I got some of 40+ just for your info. This will be a good extra thing :)If you asked this question over at the SpamAssassin list, they would advise against sending high scoreing hits to /dev/null. There are two main reasons. One is (believe it or not) you actually could get a false positive removed. This usually happens with html based newsletters. The other reason is that high scores are useful for training the Bayes filtering.
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From: Dave Richardson - Lists <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 16:42:33 -0500 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [vchkpw] SpamAssassin, Vpopmail, conditional handling on Spam Score?
I'm running the QMAILQUEUE patch with SpamAssassin into Vpopmail with Mysql and Courier.
I'm running SpamAssassin with spam threashold "required_hits" = 8.
I allow direct delivery to the mailbox, but it is subject prefixed "[SPAM]" (thus it is Spam Tagged)
What I'd like to do is add another "threashold" (probably in SA?) where the spam score of >15 is sent to /dev/null. Scores from 7-14.99 are spam tagged (and delivered) and scores less than 7 are not spam tagged. (I've been seeing spam scores as high as 28.8 recently BTW)
Is there a "normal" way to do this? D.
Just something to keep in mind.