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Support Auto Emails mistaken for SPAM

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2828 Feb 15,2003 01:43 PM UTC Feb 18,2003 10:22 AM UTC General Discussion 1
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David Whatley
Asked On February 15, 2003 01:43 PM UTC

You guys might want to work on your auto-emailer (at least the ones from the Direct-Trac system) content some. The current contents and other aspects of the email are enough to convince SpamAssassin that its SPAM. Here is SpamAssassin's reasoning: SPAM: ---- Start SpamAssassin results SPAM: 6.50 hits, 6 required; SPAM: * 1.5 -- Invalid Date: header (not RFC 2822) SPAM: * 0.2 -- To: repeats address as real name SPAM: * 0.1 -- BODY: Contains 'Dear Somebody' SPAM: * 1.1 -- BODY: Spam phrases score is 03 to 05 (medium) SPAM: [score: 3] SPAM: * 0.3 -- BODY: HTML font color not within safe 6x6x6 palette SPAM: * 0.2 -- BODY: HTML font color is blue SPAM: * 0.2 -- BODY: Includes a URL link to send an email SPAM: * 0.9 -- 'Message-Id' was added by a relay (3) SPAM: * 0.5 -- Message has X-MSMail-Priority, but no X-MimeOLE SPAM: * 1.1 -- Message looks like Outlook, but isn't SPAM: * 0.4 -- HTML-only mail, with no text version SPAM: SPAM: ---- End of SpamAssassin results

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 18, 2003 10:22 AM UTC

Hi David, Thanks for the information. We will definitely look into this. Best regards, Daniel Syncfusion

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