Re: Spam filtering on the lists
On Fri, 2002-04-05 at 10:13, Jean-Marc V. Liotier wrote:
> (Re: *****SPAM***** (XXXX)XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX...)
> According to these headers contained in the message received from the
> list, SpamAssassin has correctly tagged it as Spam. So why was it
> forwarded anyway?
Because it might not be spam, but only a false hit ??
Because blocking mail by the list could be considered some kind of sensorship ??
BTW, because you used multiple X's in 3 different words, your mail also
scored 1.896 points for 'Uses words and phrases which indicate porn
(3)'. This is not very much (and is compensated by using a In-Reply-To:
header worth -5.029 points, so I did receive your message, but you get
the idea :)
I use spamassassin on my home and work mailservers (when I receive this
message back from the mailinglist I know it has been checked 4 times by
various spamassassins) and I really like it, but even spamassassin is
not perfect enough to use it to really block mail.
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