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> On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 14:28:21 +0100
> corpus.defero wrote:
> > I'm seeing this rule: STOX_REPLY_TYPE_WITHOUT_QUOTES
> > Catching on legitimate mail.
> > It's a meta rule and right enough it catches this line:
> > Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1";
> > reply-type=original
> > AND does NOT match either:
> > __HS_SUBJ_RE_FW Subject =~ /^(?i:re|fw):/
> > or
> > rawbody __HS_QUOTE /^>
> > SCORING.
> > 0.2 STOX_REPLY_TYPE STOX_REPLY_TYPE
> > 1.9 STOX_REPLY_TYPE_WITHOUT_QUOTES STOX_REPLY_TYPE_WITHOUT_QUOTES
> > As legitimate mail, it's picking up just over 2 points for this - and
> > I'm wondering what the sender is possibly doing wrong here?
> I think the intention is to look for spam where the headers say it's a
> reply, but it doesn't look like a reply. reply-type seems to be made-up
> by Microsoft so the rule is looking for spoofed headers.
> The problem is that, from a quick search though this list, reply-type
> doesn't seem to specific to replies.
It was a false positive for me too. I'm wondering if the sender used the
'reply to' button in error, cleared the content, and then put fresh