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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You can assign an arbitrary "likelyhood of spam" value, and have it spam-bucket anything that comes like that.

    And despite you not having a false positive on such email, with the volume of email I get I've found that I can't just delete those: an occasional legitimate piece of email gets sent that way. So I'm forced to watch that folder about once every other day or so to see if some person is asking me something important.

    That's the problem with spam filters for me: I can't afford to ignore legitimate mail, because I run a small business.

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    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • I checked a 5+ year email archive, and found no HTML-only messages that weren't spam. But you're right, it could happen that a legitimate email arrives without a TEXT fork. Are you seeing particular MUAs that send HTML-only?