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    Default How to assign spam weight to .gif and .jpg

    I notice all of my newest spam that doesn't get caught has either .gif or .jpg attachments.
    Yeah, after about 6 months worth of training and such, it's still coming through. Spam setting is 66 and 20.

    So, I would like to add like 1 or 2 points to all incoming e-mail with each of those two attachments.
    After spending hours looking at postfix, amavis-new and dspam config files and their respective website faq's, is it even possible to do this and if so, which one would be the best place to for me to do this? Anyone else do this?

    Thanks in advance. :-)

    Scotty
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    You might want to consider adding the OCR plug-ins for SA or adding an enhancement request in bugzilla, the plug-ins are on this page
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    Mind you, there's always this plug-in from RulesEmporium.
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    Thanks P !

    Forgot about this site!
    This rule may work better for me:

    http://www.rulesemporium.com/rules.htm#stocks

    I'll take a look at that other rule and see what that entails.

    Thanks again. :-)

    Scotty

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    That may be useful but don't forget the RBL lists, they're usually worth adding and may catch more spam (if you don't have them set already).
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    Agreed!
    Have been running the below since I first loaded Zimbra. ;-)

    bl.spamcop.net
    dnsbl.sorbs.net
    spam.dnsbl.sorbs.net
    rhsbl.sorbs.net
    sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org
    combined.njabl.org

    Scotty

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    I would have thought they'd catch all your spam.
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    So far,

    http://www.rulesemporium.com/rules.htm#stocks

    Has caught 63 spams!!

    Anyway, has ability to catch inline and other gif's so, better than what I wanted so far.

    Thanks again P

    ;-)

    S

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    RBL's catch a lot but IP's have to be listed in them to work.
    Lot'sa 'bots' out there and I would suspect that a lot of the spam I am getting
    is from the 'bots on legit networks. ( shrug )


    They do help a lot though....

    Scotty

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