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Well, it is not easy to quote properly from hotmail. Excuse my mess up and top posting.
Bottom line is... I got rid of this chinese crap.
Thank you all for the help SA users.
> Subject: Re: Help with blocking Chinese Spam
> On Tue, 13 Mar 2012 12:40:16 +0000
> Jenny Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Will give this a go. What I don't understand is that... Why is this
> > not catching this 'utf' which is on the subject?
> You need the :raw tag to see the raw, unencoded header. The meta-rule:
> header __RP_SUBJ_CJK Subject =~ /[\xe4-\xe9]/
> attempts to limit matches on UTF-8 subjects to Chinese characters
> because the leading bytes e4-e9 in UTF-8 (mostly) cover CJK
> ideographs. It's not a perfect filter, but blocking all UTF-8-encoded
> subjects would yield way too many FPs for us.
> PS: I haven't looked at SA's Bayes implementation. Can it handle
> words in non-western character sets properly?
Thank you David, Jared and Jari.
Subject =~ /[\xe4-\xe9]/
caused this crap get caught. Both works, so I will keep David's advice.
So I think I will just remove this TexCat plugin which does not identify it properly.
This is great list, thanks again for everyone. All help appreciated.