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Please don't use my previously sent .forward as is.  

It will cause ALL mail to you to be queued by exim.


I had just added delphi forums to the spam list and left a syntax error in.  The correct file is attached - and yes - sorry for sending attachments.  In  my defence they are small but very useful.  It catches over twenty pieces every day.


# Exim filter for Patrick Kirk <patrick@enterprise-hr.com> 
# Error trapping
if error_message then finish endif

#####################################################################


# John

if $h_To:,$h_Cc: contains "john@kirks.net" 
then deliver john
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} : John"
finish endif


#####################################################################
# My scoring system
# Email that has a score of 100 or more is treated as junk.
# Values should be ending in 0, 1, 3, 4 so if a mail has a score of
# 144 you can see it was caught by 6n + 41 + 41
# Idea came from http://colondot.net/mbm/mailfilter.shtml#score

#####################################################################
# Step 1 
# Things that are definitely spam 

if ${lc:$h_Received:} contains "esavingszone.com"
or ${lc:$h_From:} contains "informit.com"
or ${lc:$h_Received:} contains "pkgames" 	# Leaks from online games
or ${lc:$h_Received:} contains "pknews"	# Leaks from usenet
or $h_Received: contains "inbox@enterprise-hr.com" # Old ehr inbox after 4 years
or $h_From: contains "Excite Canada"	# Why do they mail me?
then add 1000 to n1 endif

# Korean Spam - if the character set is Korean - it MUST be spam
if $h_Content-Type: contains "ks_c_5601-1987"
then add 200 to n1 endif

# If its not intended for me at all, then I shouldn't receive it...

#if h_Received: does not contain "patrick@kirks.net"
#and h_Received: does not contain "patrick@enterprise-hr.com"
#then add 100 to n1 endif

if ${lc:$h_To:} contains "friend"	# Not your friend
or ${lc:$h_From:} contains "friend"	# Not my friend
or $message_body contains "Dear Friend," # Sickening
or $h_From: contains "wotch.com"	# Just won't go away
or $h_From: contains "DelphiForums@email-publisher.com"   # Just won't go away
or $h_subject: contains "ADV "		# Wonder that ADV means anyway?
or $h_subject: contains "[ADV]"
or $h_subject: contains "ADV:"
or "$h_subject: $message_body:" matches "bulk .*hosting"
then add 100 to n1 endif

# Can the credit card spammers be caught here?
if $message_body: contains "credit card"
then add 100 to n1 endif

# NUISANCE POSTS TO DEBIAN USER
if ${lc:$h_to:} matches "debian-user"
and $h_subject contains "subscribe"
then add 100 to n1 endif


#####################################################################
# Step 2
# Things that are usually spam.  
# Score is 6n so easier to track why individual mails fail

if $h_subject: contains "Viagra"	# Dear Lord, 3 kids is enough!
or ($h_Subject: contains \\\$\\\$+)	# No dollars for me
or $h_subject: contains "Card"	# Credit card scams
or $h_subject: contains "Weight loss Offer" # Fat is a sign of maturity
or $h_subject: contains "Lowest Mortgage Rates"	# Got my mortgage
or $h_subject: contains "Free Pics"		# Avoid RSI today
# Score the mail
then add 60 to n1 endif

if (${lc:$message_body} contains "<script")	# javascript mail
then add 60 to n1 endif

if ${lc:$message_body_end} matches "to be removed"# amazing this works
then add 61 to n1 endif

if ${lc:$message_body} matches "not junk mail"	# Trust me
then add 62 to n1 endif

if ${lc:$message_body} matches "spam free" # Nothing is free
then add 62 to n1 endif

# If the To: box is empty, that's suspicious
if (${domain:${lc:$h_To:}} is "")
then add 63 to n1 endif

#####################################################################
# Step 3
# There are a lot of legitimate users of hotmail and 
# of html mail.  There are other indications that hint 
# at spam but that are not conclusive.


if(${lc:$sender_address} contains
"([a-z\\\\d]+)@(lycos|hotmail|aol|yahoo|msn)\\\\.co(\\\\..*|m)" and $1 contains \\d)
then add 41 to n1 endif

if (${lc:$message_body} matches "<html>")               # html mail
then add 41 to n1 endif

# If we find a "mailto:"; link for which the address is not
# the same as the sender address or return path.
if (${lc:$message_body} matches "a\\\\shref=(['\"])mailto:([^@]@[^@])\$1"
and $2 is not {$lc:$return_path}
and $2 is not  {$lc:$sender_address})
then add 41 to n1 endif

#  A lot of spams seem to have a subject which has a number
# (possibly in brackets) at the right-hand side, this is 
#  designed to catch this
if (${lc:$h_Subject:} contains "\\\\s\\\\s\\\\s\\\\s+(\\\\(\\\\d+\\\\)|\\\\d+)\\\$")  
then add 41 to n1 endif

#####################################################################
# Sort the mail by recipe and by score:              

# ALLOW POSTMASTER ACCESS
if $h_To:,$h_Cc:,$h_From: contains postmaster
then save $home/mail/kirks.net
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: POSTMASTER"
finish endif

# ALL THAT PESTY USEFUL INFO FROM ROOT AND CRON...
if $h_From: contains "root@enterprise-hr.com" 
or $h_From: contains "Mailer-Daemon" 
then save $home/mail/rootmail
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:}: ROOT MESSAGE"
finish endif

# BETTER SEE HOW TO USE EXIM
if $h_Sender: contains "exim-users-admin@exim.org"
and ($n1 is below 100)
then save $home/mail/files/lists
logfile $home/mail/.listfilterlog 0644
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: EXIM"
finish endif

# GETTING THE SPEEDTOUCH MODEM WORKING UNDER lINUX
if $h_To:,$h_Cc:,$h_From: contains "speedtouch"
then save $home/mail/files/lists
logfile $home/mail/.listfilterlog 0644
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: SPEEDTOUCH"
finish endif

# GENTOO 
if $h_Reply-To: contains "gentoo-user@gentoo.org"
and ($n1 is below 100)
then save $home/mail/files/gentoo
logfile $home/mail/.listfilterlog 0644
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: GENTOO"
finish endif

# DEBIAN - OF COURSE
if $h_X-Mailing-List: matches "debian-user@lists.debian.org"
and ($n1 is below 100)
then save $home/mail/files/debian
logfile $home/mail/.listfilterlog 0644
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: DEBIAN"
finish endif

# KIRKS.NET
if $h_Received: contains "patrick@kirks.net"
and ($n1 is below 100)
then save $home/mail/kirks.net 
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: KIRKS.NET"
finish endif

# BTINTERNET
if $h_Received: contains "patrick.kirk@btinternet.com"
and ($n1 is below 100)
then save $home/mail/kirks.net
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: BTINTERNET"
finish endif

# DEFINITE SPAM
if ($n1 is above 99) then save $home/mail/junkmail 
# bouncing to bad addresses causes froxen mail queues
# seen mail to $return_path from postmaster@enterprise-hr.com return message subject "This mail is looks like SPAM.  If so, after reviewing the log file, you are blacklisted"
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: DEFINITE_JUNK"
endif

# ALL THE REST
if not delivered then save $home/mail/kirks.net
logfile $home/mail/.filterlog 0644 
logwrite "[$tod_log] ${lc:$h_From:} ${lc:$h_Subject:} $n1: DUBIOUS"
endif

#####################################################################
# EOF - patrick's .forward


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