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From Jari Fredriksson <ja...@iki.fi>
Subject Re: How to get rid of this spam? Spam assassin does not catch it
Date Tue, 27 Oct 2015 20:39:29 GMT
On 27.10.2015 21:24, junk@lexoncom.com wrote:
> example messages:
>

No. Those are not messages. They are just some text. Does not look like 
email messages at all.

We need all the headers, those are important for SpamAssassin. The 
"source code" of the mail.

br. jarif


> 1.
>
> Recognize the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
>
> The symptoms of MS can come on very gradually. Because of this, too 
> often
> these early signs are often ignored or dismissed. Many people are not
> diagnosed until years after their first symptoms begin to show.
>
> Learn More about MS Causes, Symptoms, Treatments
> (http://www.pruplewave.com/learn/symptoms/causes/ms)
>
> MS info/ads
>
> Not only does this mean that these dibilitating symptoms are going
> untreated for all this time, but without proper treatment these often 
> get
> much worse and harder to live with.
>
> Theres much unpredictability to how MS will progress in each person.
> Patients vary widely in how they experience the severity of the 
> disease.
>
> What Is Multiple Sclerosis?
> (http://www.pruplewave.com/define/ms/what/is/multiple/sclerosis)
>
> Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease in which the body's
> immune system attacks its own central nervous system (CNS), which is 
> made
> up of the brain and spinal cord. With MS, the immune system attacks 
> and
> damages or destroys the myelin, a substance that surrounds and 
> insulates
> the nerves, causing a distortion or interruption in nerve impulses
> traveling to and from the brain. This results in a wide variety of
> symptoms.
>
> Learn more about Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
> (http://www.pruplewave.com/learn/more/ms/signs)
>
> MS info/ads
>
>
>
>
>
>
> To change your options, see thissite (http://op.pruplewave.com) or 
> write to:
> BTN Phys.Network 67 Sunset Ave Brockton, MA 02301
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Looking strictly at life expectancy, the prognosis for people with MS 
> is
> encouraging. The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) reports 
> that
> the majority of MS patients will experience a normal (or almost 
> normal)
> life span. People with MS tend to pass away from many of the same
> conditions that people without MS die from, including cancer and 
> heart
> disease. The prognosis for longevity is good except in cases of 
> severe MS,
> which is quite rare. However, MS patients must contend with other 
> issues
> that can hamper their quality of life. The symptoms cause pain,
> discomfort, and inconvenience, even though most patients will never 
> become
> severely disabled. The UMMC reports the alarming statistic that 
> suicide
> rates among people with MS are higher than those in the general
> population. Another way of evaluating the prognosis for MS is to 
> examine
> how disabilities resulting from the conditions symptoms may affect
> patients. According to the UMMC, around two-thirds of people
> diagnosed with MS are able to walk without a wheelchair two decades 
> after
> their diagnosis. Some people will need crutches or a cane to remain
> ambulatory, however. Others use an electric scooter or wheelchair to 
> help
> them cope with fatigue or balance difficulties.
> Symptoms vary because the location and severity of each attack can be
> different. Attacks can last for days, weeks, or months. Attacks are
> followed by periods of reduced or no symptoms (remissions). Fever, 
> hot
> baths, sun exposure, and stress can trigger or worsen attacks. It is
> common for the disease to return (relapse). However, the disease may
> continue to get worse without periods of remission. Nerves in any 
> part of
> the brain or spinal cord may be damaged. Because of this, MS symptoms 
> can
> appear in many parts of the body.
>
>
> Additional helpful MS info-
> https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/multiplesclerosis.html
>
>
> 2.
>
> You can see your flight and options below. Thank you for reading.
> ---34598245---453245
>
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>
>
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> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
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> in
> comfort with lay-back seats, and enough room for business activities.
>
> Worldwide and domestic Business Class Flight upgrades from 50%-80% 
> off
>
> "Having your own personal space feel like you are on your own flight"
>
> See Fares and Locations 
> (http://www.watchbrick.com/loc/u/349025/flight.html)
>
> Flight AdSearch Network
>
> During long flight this is the most comfort you can get.
> Upgrade from economy for your next flight.
>
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> (http://www.watchbrick.com/flight-843927598345/airfare.html)
>
>
>
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> (Remove your addr from flight upgrades here 
> (http://flight.watchbrick.com) )
>
> 3-1-1 Liquids Rule Exemption
>
> You may bring medically necessary liquids, medications and creams in
> excess of 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters in your carry-on bag. Remove 
> them
> from your carry-on bag to be screened separately from the rest of 
> your
> belongings. You are not required to place your liquid medication in a
> plastic zip-top bag.
>
> Accessories
>
> Ice packs, freezer packs, frozen gel packs, and other accessories 
> required
> to cool medically necessary liquids must be completely solid at the
> security checkpoint. If these accessories are partially frozen or 
> slushy,
> they are subject to the same screening as other medically necessary
> liquids. Other supplies associated with medically necessary liquids 
> such
> as IV bags, pumps and syringes must undergo X-ray screening.
>
> Screening
>
> Travel (https://www.tsa.gov/travel)
> * Security Screening (https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening)
> + Prohibited Items
> (https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/prohibited-items)
> + Identification
> (https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification)
> + Liquids Rule 
> (https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/liquids-rule)
> * Special Procedures (https://www.tsa.gov/travel/special-procedures)
>
> TSA officers may test liquids for explosives or concealed prohibited
> items. If officers are unable to use X-ray to clear these items, they 
> may
> ask to open the container and transfer the liquid to a separate empty
> container or dispose of a small quantity of liquid, if feasible.
>
> Inform the TSA officer if you do not want your liquid medication to 
> be
> screened by X-ray or opened. Additional steps will be taken to clear 
> the
> liquid and you will undergo additional screening procedures to 
> include a
> pat-down and screening of other carry-on property.
>
>
>
>> On 10/27/2015 06:50 PM, junk@lexoncom.com wrote:
>>> I use spam assassin with razors on ubuntu server.
>>> In recent months i started to get tons of spam.
>>> Spam assassin does not catch it and scores are very low.
>>>
>>> Are those emails fabricated so well that they look like legitimate? 
>>> Can
>>> i
>>> do something to catch those as spam?
>>>
>>> I moved them all to one folder called spam and i run this command 
>>> every
>>> 5
>>> minutes on that folder:
>>> sa-learn --spam --mbox /home/username/mail/INBOX.spam
>>> but it does not help
>>>
>>> It seems like every spam email is fabricated in different way.
>>>
>>> Anyone has any idea how to catch those?
>>> Why spam assassin does not catch it?
>>>
>>>
>>> attached is the list showing subject and from for the recent spams 
>>> i
>>> get.
>>
>> Suggest you pastebin a few samples  - subjects on their own are not 
>> of
>> much use.
>>
>>

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