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On Sun, 2012-04-08 at 16:14 -0400, joea wrote:
> I was thinking of a regex to taste and paste (say add 5 to SPAM
> score), but don't really want to reinvent a wheel. Or run over my
> own toes.
What will work for you depends a lot on what your ham stream contains.
For instance, I've started to get spam from Russia, and even the old .su
domain, recently. I have about three Russian correspondents, so a good
solution for me is a meta-rule that applies a high score to all mail
from .ru and .su domains except when its from my named correspondents.
While this is a good solution for me, it would be terrible for a site
that does a lot of business with Russian companies or a person with a
lot of Russian friends.
> I did find a plug in or two, but these seem to rely on checking the IP
> of sender or relay. Since my mail collects at a mail provider, I
> fetch(mail) it and pass it on to a box running spamassassin, they
> might not work un-hacked, in any case.
I only added this rule when it became apparent that the 'ok_locales'
directive no longer works well: this is something to do with the
widespread use of utf-8 encoding IIRC. This has been discussed here, so
searching the list archives for relevant threads may help you decide
which way to jump.