SeanC Posted January 5, 2005 Share Posted January 5, 2005 I sent an email to myself using Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 on my WinXP machine using my ISP's ASMTP server. I sent it as from <me>[at]spamcop.net to <user>[at]hotmail.com which spamcop in turn POPs. After a while of waiting for it to appear in my inbox I check my Held Mail folder and sure enough it was there. I looked at the headers and say that SpamAssassin gave it a score of 4.2. See the snipped headers below: X-Message-Info: JGTYoYF78jFQHoK+bAYW1lNCWmnAiyLF X-spam-Level: **** X-spam-Status: hits=4.2 tests=X_MESSAGE_INFO version=3.0.0 X-SpamCop-Disposition: Blocked SpamAssassin=4 I'm able to get around on a computer pretty well, but I have no idea why that header was created or why SmapASsassin believes it's spam. ps. is there a way to get a listing of email header/body type values that SpamAssassin uses? I saw a partial list in another post. Thanks, Sean Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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