If you have a reasonably full cPanel server, I highly recommend that you download this to /etc/mail/spamassassin on a regular basis (I do it hourly):
I’ve been majorly stepping up my game on inbound filters, and the work will continually be displayed in this one file. I just wanted to share the wealth.
Thanks for sharing.
You might want to consider whitelisting Steam (the game store) as well, I know I had delivery problems with it and Spamassassin before.
Thanks for sharing!
Like I mentioned on MXRoute Slack, I still think a score of 2 for
HEADER_FROM_DIFFERENT_DOMAINS is too high, given anyone sending from G Suite / Google Apps with a secondary domain will hit that (since G Suite always uses the primary domain in the envelope sender)
Will keep an eye out for reports
A 2 is fairly low for my use, as I don’t reject until 10. I expect some rules to trigger when they’re not warranted, and only the combination of several variables (unless a very specific rule that is well defined and worth rejecting on that basis alone) to cause a rejection.
I made few embarrassing videos of you
I’ll send them all the self love videos they want if they’ll stop.
May the lord grant you with infinite wishes for this.
Just a quick one, any reason you haven’t whitelisted Microsoft or Amazon when Facebook () made the cut not once, but twice?
I guess they just never came up in that capacity. It was generally used as a way to offset when a single legit sender would trigger a series of rules that were otherwise super effective at fighting spam. I’ll never know why twice though lol
@Daniel did it to appease his robot overlord.