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How are you calling SA? One theory that might cause your issue is to use a milter that might be syntheisizing the mbox format prior to your MTA actually adding the real received and From delimiter.
People on the users list are complaining about getting lots of false
negatives due to RP_MATCHES_RCVD. RuleQA doesn't say particularly good
things about its rank or score:
Neither of those things really concern me, because I know the reasons for
score selection can be complicated.
What does concern me is that ruleqa says 29% of my ham hits it, but *none*
of my ham actually has a hit on that rule in my mailboxes. It's only
showing up in masscheck, not when I get the mail, and not when I manually
re-run spamassassin on an email that masscheck says hit it.
The latest example that masscheck says hit this rule:
As far as I can tell, that email should hit RP_MATCHES_RCVD. Because these
have the same domain:
Received: from anyemails.yesup.com (mail.anyemails.com [220.127.116.11])
I'm running trunk synced about a month ago.
This is the output of running "spamassassin -tD" on it, so you can see it's
Any idea why I'm not getting hits on this rule when I run it manually, but
am getting lots of hits via masscheck?
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