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Thomas Eckardt/eck
I already gave you the solution on monday:

...

If I use the assp mail analyzer and analyze a mail containing this word, I

get.

• bombRe : 'highest match: "chxxp" with valence: 100 - PB value = 70'
 • matching bombRe(file:files/bombre.txt[line 119]): 'c.?hxx.?p'

So - I get the file (with a link to open and edit it), the line number (to

find it fast) and the content of the line. How easy!?

Autowhitelisting and the default setting for 'bombReWL'  (OFF) will skip
the bomb check.
'DoMSGIDsig' will detect a reply mail and bypass the bomb check with the
default setting for 'bombReWL' .
'NOTSPAMTAG' will give the sender the chance to resend the mail.
'noBombScript' will also skip the bomb check.

And there are much more options in assp to solve this "problem".

Thomas






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Datum:  26.10.2016 18:01
Betreff:        [Assp-user] bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cheap"
--      Wednesday morning followup




Esteemed Colleagues:

An off-list conversation in response to my Sunday afternoon inquiry
has led me to the line in assp.cfg

  correctednotspam:=errors/notspam

and I have moved the wrongly-rejected e-mails from /opt/assp/discarded
to /opt/assp/errors/notspam.  I have been told that if I continue to
do this, vigilantly and consistently, it will eventually solve my
problem.  Unfortunately, there seems to be no satisfactory way of
solving the problem more quickly.  Further advice and discussion are
welcome.


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Re: bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup

Thomas Eckardt/eck
I already gave you the solution on monday:

...

If I use the assp mail analyzer and analyze a mail containing this word, I

get.

• bombRe : 'highest match: "chxxp" with valence: 100 - PB value = 70'
 • matching bombRe(file:files/bombre.txt[line 119]): 'c.?hxx.?p'

So - I get the file (with a link to open and edit it), the line number (to

find it fast) and the content of the line. How easy!?

Autowhitelisting and the default setting for 'bombReWL'  (OFF) will skip
the bomb check.
'DoMSGIDsig' will detect a reply mail and bypass the bomb check with the
default setting for 'bombReWL' .
'NOTSPAMTAG' will give the sender the chance to resend the mail.
'noBombScript' will also skip the bomb check.

And there are much more options in assp to solve this "problem".

Thomas

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Re: [GRAYMAIL] Re: bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup

Matthew Smith
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So basically edit bombre.txt and comment out the offending phrase (# chxxp ) ... ?



-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Eckardt [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 12:13 PM
To: [hidden email]; For Users of ASSP <[hidden email]>
Subject: [GRAYMAIL] Re: [Assp-user] bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup

I already gave you the solution on monday:

...

If I use the assp mail analyzer and analyze a mail containing this word, I

get.

• bombRe : 'highest match: "chxxp" with valence: 100 - PB value = 70'
 • matching bombRe(file:files/bombre.txt[line 119]): 'c.?hxx.?p'

So - I get the file (with a link to open and edit it), the line number (to

find it fast) and the content of the line. How easy!?

Autowhitelisting and the default setting for 'bombReWL'  (OFF) will skip the bomb check.
'DoMSGIDsig' will detect a reply mail and bypass the bomb check with the default setting for 'bombReWL' .
'NOTSPAMTAG' will give the sender the chance to resend the mail.
'noBombScript' will also skip the bomb check.

And there are much more options in assp to solve this "problem".

Thomas






Von:    "jay" <[hidden email]>
An:     [hidden email]
Datum:  26.10.2016 18:01
Betreff:        [Assp-user] bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cheap"
--      Wednesday morning followup




Esteemed Colleagues:

An off-list conversation in response to my Sunday afternoon inquiry has led me to the line in assp.cfg

  correctednotspam:=errors/notspam

and I have moved the wrongly-rejected e-mails from /opt/assp/discarded to /opt/assp/errors/notspam.  I have been told that if I continue to do this, vigilantly and consistently, it will eventually solve my problem.  Unfortunately, there seems to be no satisfactory way of solving the problem more quickly.  Further advice and discussion are welcome.


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                        6424 N Whipple St
                        Chicago IL  60645-4111
                                (1-773)7613784   landline
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Re: [GRAYMAIL] Re: bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup

Thomas Eckardt/eck
>So basically edit bombre.txt and comment out the offending phrase (#
chxxp ) ... ?

Yes.

Thomas





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An:     For Users of ASSP <[hidden email]>,
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Datum:  26.10.2016 18:25
Betreff:        Re: [Assp-user] [GRAYMAIL] Re: bombRe rejection of e-mails
containing "cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup



So basically edit bombre.txt and comment out the offending phrase (# chxxp
) ... ?



-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Eckardt [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 12:13 PM
To: [hidden email]; For Users of ASSP
<[hidden email]>
Subject: [GRAYMAIL] Re: [Assp-user] bombRe rejection of e-mails containing
"cxxxxp" -- Wednesday morning followup

I already gave you the solution on monday:

...

If I use the assp mail analyzer and analyze a mail containing this word, I

get.

• bombRe : 'highest match: "chxxp" with valence: 100 - PB value = 70'
 • matching bombRe(file:files/bombre.txt[line 119]): 'c.?hxx.?p'

So - I get the file (with a link to open and edit it), the line number (to

find it fast) and the content of the line. How easy!?

Autowhitelisting and the default setting for 'bombReWL'  (OFF) will skip
the bomb check.
'DoMSGIDsig' will detect a reply mail and bypass the bomb check with the
default setting for 'bombReWL' .
'NOTSPAMTAG' will give the sender the chance to resend the mail.
'noBombScript' will also skip the bomb check.

And there are much more options in assp to solve this "problem".

Thomas






Von:    "jay" <[hidden email]>
An:     [hidden email]
Datum:  26.10.2016 18:01
Betreff:        [Assp-user] bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cheap"
--      Wednesday morning followup




Esteemed Colleagues:

An off-list conversation in response to my Sunday afternoon inquiry has
led me to the line in assp.cfg

  correctednotspam:=errors/notspam

and I have moved the wrongly-rejected e-mails from /opt/assp/discarded to
/opt/assp/errors/notspam.  I have been told that if I continue to do this,
vigilantly and consistently, it will eventually solve my problem.
Unfortunately, there seems to be no satisfactory way of solving the
problem more quickly.  Further advice and discussion are welcome.


                        Jay F. Shachter
                        6424 N Whipple St
                        Chicago IL  60645-4111
                                (1-773)7613784   landline
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Re: bombRe rejection of e-mails containing "cxxxxp" -- vi +119 files/bombre.txt

Jay F. Shachter
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Centuries ago, Nostradamus predicted that Thomas Eckardt would write on Wed Oct 26 11:15:11 2016:


>
> I already gave you the solution on monday:
>
> ...
>
> If I use the assp mail analyzer and analyze a mail containing this
> word, I get.
>
> bombRe : 'highest match: "chxxp" with valence: 100 - PB value = 70'
> matching bombRe(file:files/bombre.txt[line 119]): 'c.?hxx.?p'
>
> So - I get the file (with a link to open and edit it), the line
> number (to find it fast) and the content of the line. How easy!?
>

Thank you for your help.  For some reason I did not receive the Monday
e-mail to which you refer (perhaps because bombRe flagged it).  The
log message identifies the matching string but does not identify the
regular expression that matched it.  With your help I located line 119
in files/bombre.txt and have removed it.  If I had known about an
"assp mail analyzer", which identifies the regular expression that
matched the offending text, I would have used it.  My problem is (I
believe) now solved, but for future reference: what is the "assp mail
analyzer" and how do you use it?  Thank you in advance for any and all
replies.


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