Toen ik Professional Software Engineering kietelde, kwam er dit uit:
A negative score is not spam.
Which is why he's compensating in the rule.
You need to
use the $ condition modifer flag:
* $ $MATCH^0
Thanks. My real recipe already had that, see:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~rvtol/xs4all --> pm --> spamtest.rc
but I simplified it too much (for the list's sake).
See also listmail.rc for a modified version of your
listname-matching. I needed to change a part because
I don't have a shell.
I didn't follow the discussion close enough to care why the scoring
adjustment was halved
My ISP does a test with SA; users cannot change settings. I joined
the test and found out that about everything >5 is spam. In the
test, mostly only header-checks are used.
* ^X-Spam-Level: \/[*]+
* ^1^1 MATCH ?? (\*)
With my approach, you can define spam with .001 accuracy. ;)
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