I was wondering if it's possible to scan the body for specific text?
Recently we have had influxes of spam that have the subject "Re: (some random characters) news".
But the body is essentially the same with "Home owner" and "mortgage". Kerio isn't picking up the spam at all.
Also, can I scan for the number of times SPAN is used?
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What I've ended up doing is editing the local.cf rule set in the spamassassin directory.
Here's a chunk of my mile-long local.cf
header CUSTOM_pharmsubject Subject =~ /\bpharm/i
score CUSTOM_pharmsubject 7.0
describe CUSTOM_pharmsubject pharm
body CUSTOM_giftcard /\bgift.?card/i
score CUSTOM_giftcard 7.0
describe CUSTOM_giftcard giftcard
header CUSTOM_giftcardsubject Subject =~ /gift.?card/i
score CUSTOM_giftcardsubject 7.0
describe CUSTOM_giftcardsubject giftcard
header CUSTOM_pepsi Subject =~ /pepsi/i
score CUSTOM_pepsi 7.0
describe CUSTOM_pepsi pepsi
header CUSTOM_DeliveryNotificationsubject Subject =~ /delivery notification/i
score CUSTOM_DeliveryNotificationsubject -5.0
describe CUSTOM_DeliveryNotificationsubject "delivery notification" needs relaxed some.
header CUSTOM_watchessubject Subject =~ /\bwatches/i
score CUSTOM_watchessubject 4.0
describe CUSTOM_watchessubject watches
I hope no one sends you a gift card by email. =)
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