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Re: Silly question



On Sat, 2009-01-10 at 15:40 +0100, Antonio M wrote:
> I note that many messages (not all, but most of them)  coming from the
> list (but also to the development and ambassador) are shown in my
> Thunderbird as follows:
>
> [7SUSPECT]: Re: Grub and two distros
>
> What does it mean, that the reader finds them dangerous???

I can't say that I've seen that on this list, but I have seen the
occasional one with [spam] inserted in a reply.  On that note, to
anyone, if you have mail that gets the subject line mangled by your
anti-spam system, have the kindness to remove that [crap] from the
subject line before sending your reply.

Antonio, have a look through the mail headers for such messages.  You
may find other anti-spam system headers which list spam scores (higher
numbers for it being more-likely to be spam), and perhaps a list of
reasons why it thought it was spam (forged headers, naughty keywords,
HTML obfuscation, more quoted than fresh content, etc.).

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