Sep 222015
 

So I’ve been getting a tremendous amount of spam lately, which is really annoying, since my e-mail is filtered through my own mail server.  Absentmindedly, I’ve been moving the spam into the appropriate “spam” folder each day so that Spamtrainer can do it’s work, and make spamassassin  smarter.  Only spamassassin doesn’t appear to be getting any smarter…  So it occurs to me that I should just make my own rule to deal with the onslaught.  Since most of what I’m seeing slip through the filter – How?  I don’t know! – has ASCII characters used to draw emphasis to the phishing scam of the day, I setup some super basic rules as follows:

NOTE: I had to update the rules to ensure rule names begin with a letter and also escape out any characters reserved for use by regex.   Oops.

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