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Alexandre de Arruda Paes
Hi,

ASSP 2.5.4(16294)

I have a domain that I set @domain=>100. But in e-mails below this score
(45 is the limit for other domains), the subject are not changed with
[SPAM] tag.
spamSubjectSL:=
spamTagSL:=1

In the message headers, I have no mention about SpamLover set.

maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:54 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] the low/limit
SpamLover-Score for this mail is set to 100/100 because recipient
[hidden email] is in spamLovers
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] DKIM-Signature found
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] DKIM
signature verified-OK - header-passed - sender policy is: neutral - author
policy is: neutral
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] info: domain
domain1.com.br has published a DMARC record
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] SPF: pass
ip=89.163.240.195 mailfrom=[hidden email] helo=olivia5.domain1.com.br
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score: added
-1 (spfpValencePB) for SPF pass, total score for this message is now -1
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] HMM Check [scoring]
- Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 342
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score: added
44 for HMM Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is now 43
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Bayesian Check
[scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 325
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score: added
43 for Bayesian Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is now 86
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] [MessageOK]
89.163.240.195 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email]
message ok [Re Lotofacil como ganhar] ->
/mnt/extras/assp/okmail/--5700852.eml

Best regards,

Alexandre

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Re: Spamlover does not change Subject

Thomas Eckardt/eck
>maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:54 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] the low/limit
SpamLover-Score for this mail is set to 100/100 because recipient
[hidden email] is in spamLovers

As long as no check has failed - spamlover information is not added to the
header.
100/100 means, the values for PenaltyMessageLimit and PenaltyMessageLow
are overwritten for this mail - so the 45 is ignored.

Thomas




Von:    Alexandre de Arruda Paes <[hidden email]>
An:     For Users of ASSP <[hidden email]>
Datum:  26.10.2016 15:13
Betreff:        [Assp-user] Spamlover does not change Subject



Hi,

ASSP 2.5.4(16294)

I have a domain that I set @domain=>100. But in e-mails below this score
(45 is the limit for other domains), the subject are not changed with
[SPAM] tag.
spamSubjectSL:=
spamTagSL:=1

In the message headers, I have no mention about SpamLover set.

maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:54 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] the low/limit
SpamLover-Score for this mail is set to 100/100 because recipient
[hidden email] is in spamLovers
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] DKIM-Signature
found
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] DKIM
signature verified-OK - header-passed - sender policy is: neutral - author
policy is: neutral
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] info: domain
domain1.com.br has published a DMARC record
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] SPF: pass
ip=89.163.240.195 mailfrom=[hidden email]
helo=olivia5.domain1.com.br
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
added
-1 (spfpValencePB) for SPF pass, total score for this message is now -1
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] HMM Check [scoring]
- Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 342
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
added
44 for HMM Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is now 43
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Bayesian Check
[scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 325
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
added
43 for Bayesian Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is now
86
maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] [MessageOK]
89.163.240.195 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email]
message ok [Re Lotofacil como ganhar] ->
/mnt/extras/assp/okmail/--5700852.eml

Best regards,

Alexandre
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Re: Spamlover does not change Subject

Alexandre de Arruda Paes
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Hi Thomas,

If a message score is greater than 100, the e-mail is blocked and it's ok.
But if an address or entirely domain is in SpamLover, I think that it wish
to receive all mails that scores <100,
but with all tags and spam subject included, if applicable. In the e-mail
client, the user can create a filter that move this
message to SPAM folder.

Maybe a setting like @domain => 45,100 to a SpamLover domain ?

Best regards,

Alexandre


>As long as no check has failed - spamlover information is not added to the
>header.
>100/100 means, the values for PenaltyMessageLimit and PenaltyMessageLow
>are overwritten for this mail - so the 45 is ignored.

>Thomas



2016-10-26 11:10 GMT-02:00 Alexandre de Arruda Paes <[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
>
> ASSP 2.5.4(16294)
>
> I have a domain that I set @domain=>100. But in e-mails below this score
> (45 is the limit for other domains), the subject are not changed with
> [SPAM] tag.
> spamSubjectSL:=
> spamTagSL:=1
>
> In the message headers, I have no mention about SpamLover set.
>
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:54 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] the low/limit
> SpamLover-Score for this mail is set to 100/100 because recipient
> [hidden email] is in spamLovers
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] DKIM-Signature
> found
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] DKIM
> signature verified-OK - header-passed - sender policy is: neutral - author
> policy is: neutral
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] info: domain
> domain1.com.br has published a DMARC record
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] SPF:
> pass ip=89.163.240.195 mailfrom=[hidden email] helo=
> olivia5.domain1.com.br
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added -1 (spfpValencePB) for SPF pass, total score for this message is now
> -1
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] HMM Check
> [scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 342
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added 44 for HMM Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is now
> 43
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Bayesian Check
> [scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 325
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195 <
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added 43 for Bayesian Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is
> now 86
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] [MessageOK]
> 89.163.240.195 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email]
> message ok [Re Lotofacil como ganhar] -> /mnt/extras/assp/okmail/--
> 5700852.eml
>
> Best regards,
>
> Alexandre
>
>

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Re: Spamlover does not change Subject

Thomas Eckardt/eck
'spamLovers' is a general setting - it is working like designed - in case
a mail is blocked by any check.

It is working this way for several good reasons - one is: the score limit
can also be reduced - like : user@domain=>15

The behavior you want, you'll get, if you use 'pbSpamLovers' instead of
'spamLovers' - without (or a little higher) adjusting the limits.
If a mail would be blocked by the message score - it will pass, including
all settings for tagging.

Another way is to use 'AddLevelHeader' and to filter in the mail client on
the count of asterix in the 'X-Assp-Spam-Level:' header.

Thomas






Von:    Alexandre de Arruda Paes <[hidden email]>
An:     For Users of ASSP <[hidden email]>
Datum:  27.10.2016 13:44
Betreff:        Re: [Assp-user] Spamlover does not change Subject



Hi Thomas,

If a message score is greater than 100, the e-mail is blocked and it's ok.
But if an address or entirely domain is in SpamLover, I think that it wish
to receive all mails that scores <100,
but with all tags and spam subject included, if applicable. In the e-mail
client, the user can create a filter that move this
message to SPAM folder.

Maybe a setting like @domain => 45,100 to a SpamLover domain ?

Best regards,

Alexandre


>As long as no check has failed - spamlover information is not added to
the
>header.
>100/100 means, the values for PenaltyMessageLimit and PenaltyMessageLow
>are overwritten for this mail - so the 45 is ignored.

>Thomas



2016-10-26 11:10 GMT-02:00 Alexandre de Arruda Paes <[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
>
> ASSP 2.5.4(16294)
>
> I have a domain that I set @domain=>100. But in e-mails below this score
> (45 is the limit for other domains), the subject are not changed with
> [SPAM] tag.
> spamSubjectSL:=
> spamTagSL:=1
>
> In the message headers, I have no mention about SpamLover set.
>
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:54 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] the low/limit
> SpamLover-Score for this mail is set to 100/100 because recipient
> [hidden email] is in spamLovers
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] DKIM-Signature
> found
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] DKIM
> signature verified-OK - header-passed - sender policy is: neutral -
author
> policy is: neutral
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] info: domain
> domain1.com.br has published a DMARC record
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] [scoring] SPF:
> pass ip=89.163.240.195 mailfrom=[hidden email] helo=
> olivia5.domain1.com.br
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:49:55 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added -1 (spfpValencePB) for SPF pass, total score for this message is
now
> -1
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] HMM Check
> [scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 342
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:23 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added 44 for HMM Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message is
now
> 43
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Bayesian Check
> [scoring] - Prob: 1.00000 => spam - answer/query relation: 100% of 325
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] 89.163.240.195
<
> [hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Message-Score:
> added 43 for Bayesian Probability: 1.00000, total score for this message
is

> now 86
> maillog.txt:out-26-16 10:50:24 id-86067-08014 [Worker_2] [MessageOK]
> 89.163.240.195 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email]
> message ok [Re Lotofacil como ganhar] -> /mnt/extras/assp/okmail/--
> 5700852.eml
>
> Best regards,
>
> Alexandre
>
>
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