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Hi Terry, On Oct 1, 2007, at 9:15 PM, Terry Y Hung wrote: > in the mail-incoming.pl log: >> Keywords:+CERN+SpamKiller+Note:+-52 > > in the relay-email.pl log: >> [relmail-83] (spamFilter) spam_rating=-52 threshold=0 compare=0 >> [relmail-85] (spamFilter) spam_rating: reject spam mail and save >> it to hndocs/SPAM I'm not sure if it's worth mentioning, but it doesn't look like an hndocs/SPAM directory was ever created. > The email was rejected because both the $spam_threshold and > $spam_compare are set to 0. The latter means a good message has > rating greater than 0. In the failed case the rating is -52, and thus > the message was rejected and saved into hndocs/REJECTMAIL. > > According to the log the working emails do not have the spam rating > header while the failed email has "Keywords: CERN SpamKiller Note: > -52", which > by accident has the same keyword as the default. > > Two things worth trying: > > 1. If you don't need the spam filter, please set $spam_keyword1 > = '' in > the hnrc. Otherwise continue to the following two steps. Yes, this fixed the problem (it was actually in spam_keyword2). I don't believe we ever modified the default spam settings in hnrc, so it seems possible that others have or will run into this also. Thank you so much for your time and help. Sincerely, Devin
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