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finding a rule [message #1634] Tue, 23 January 2007 15:02
nickvn
Messages: 13
Registered: October 2006
Junior Member
Hi,


3.5 BP_STOCK_SPAM_1 Appears to be stock spam

I'm trying to find this rule, I can't remember adding a 'stock' rule to the ruleset folder, however I did do an upgrade to NST prior to finding this rule come up in 'false-spam' emails.

I have another stocks rule that is in effect (SARE) - but it doesn't show up in the emails when this rule shows up.
And I've looked in numerous recently downloaded custom rules, but search results show nothing.

I've tried googling this rule, comes up with nothing...

I need to find this rule and either remove it, or tone down the score - I have my spam score set to 4.8
In each email this rule scores in, it's the highest rule in the email, as every other score is around 1 or less.

is there a way to find this rule without sifting through everything?
I've already been through everything that was created within a span of a month (around the same time I started to get this problem).
Re: finding a rule [message #1635 is a reply to message #1634] Tue, 23 January 2007 15:10 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> 3.5 BP_STOCK_SPAM_1 Appears to be stock spam
>
> I'm trying to find this rule, I can't remember adding a 'stock'
> rule to the ruleset folder, however I did do an upgrade to NST
> prior to finding this rule come up in 'false-spam' emails.
>
> I have another stocks rule that is in effect (SARE) - but it
> doesn't show up in the emails when this rule shows up.
> And I've looked in numerous recently downloaded custom rules,
> but search results show nothing.
>
> I've tried googling this rule, comes up with nothing...
>
> I need to find this rule and either remove it, or tone down the
> score - I have my spam score set to 4.8
> In each email this rule scores in, it's the highest rule in the
> email, as every other score is around 1 or less.
>
> is there a way to find this rule without sifting through
> everything?
> I've already been through everything that was created within a
> span of a month (around the same time I started to get this
> problem).

This rule and its score is defined in the nospamtoday_local.cf file
in the sa\ruleset subfolder of the NoSpamToday! installation folder.



Post Edited (01-23-07 15:11)


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Re: finding a rule [message #1636 is a reply to message #1634] Thu, 25 January 2007 09:21 Go to previous message
nickvn
Messages: 13
Registered: October 2006
Junior Member
thank you
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