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On 21.12.11 09:39, Jan Agermose wrote:
> Ive not checked what other mail we are scanning that also hits this
> and related rules: RP_MATCHES_RCVD - but when ever I actually do get
> spam on my own mailaccount its always casino mail and always getting
> marked as non-spam because of rules like this one and others that
> seams related saying that the mail is trusted because of sender
> server/relay host.
I've been getting mail with the same rule hitting, so I've decided to
score RP_MATCHES_RCVD 0
> to me that sounds strange. How can all my spam come from hosts that
> spamassassin thinks are nice hosts :) ?
the rule only means that spam is sent from mailservers of the domain in
the return-path, which means, if you get spam from gmail with
@gmail.com address, it will fire.
I dont understand how could rule like this get into consideration for
direct scoring. meta rules - yes, direct - no.
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