Firefox and spamassassin
constantine at evanslabs.org
Thu Nov 9 23:04:06 UTC 2006
I had no idea that spamassassin did that...
But why not just filter on the score then, if you want to use filters?
David Hart wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 09, 2006 at 08:06:54AM -0700, Art Edwards wrote:
>> Constantine Evans wrote:
>>> Art Edwards wrote:
>>>> Is there a way of having any spamassassin score greater than zero
>>>> initially marked as junk?
>>> That should be set in Spamassassin as the threshold value, should it
>>> not? Thunderbird only checks to see whether SA believes that the email
>>> is spam. Although I would certainly recommend against using 0.0 as the
>>> threshold value - 1 or 2 would probably be better as an aggressive
>>> filtering technique. 0.0 will likely score far too many false positives.
>> I agree that 0.0 would be too aggressive on the firewall box. It would
>> just be nice if 0.0 were the tbird threshold.
> Can you not filter on the number of asterisks in the X-Spam-Level
> header field in TBird?
> I don't use TBird but, as an example of what I mean, I have the
> following in my Procmail (~/.procmailrc) config:
> * ^X-Spam-Level: \*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*
> * ^X-Spam-Level: \*\*\*\*\*
> * ^X-Spam-Level: \*
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