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[Bug 6672] Encoded headers in spam gets past filters

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Date: Thu Oct 13 2011 - 14:47:30 GMT
To: dev@spamassassin.apache.org

https://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=6672

--- Comment #8 from Louis LeBlanc <leblanc@keyslapper.net> 2011-10-13 14:47:30 UTC ---
spamc -c -s 2048000 seems to do the trick.

Is there any advantage to having procmail only do this if the file is over the
512K default threshold, or would just adding the -s 2048000 argument be fine -
i.e. not actually grabbing these resources unless they're really needed.

Would it be better just to have procmail drop these into the standalone
spamassassin script if it's over the threshold?

Thanks for helping with this. Glad it's not really a bug. Now to figure out
how to make Procmail handle these cases and get back to near perfect spam
management ...

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