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I'm still a bit vague on how the SpamAssassin rules fit together but
I've noticed that, since upgrading to the latest version, I'm getting a
lot of false positives.

The common cause seems to be Botnet.cf. Where a server has no reverse
DNS, BOTNET_NORDNS scores it as 0.01 but BOTNET adds 5.0 to that. In
addition, RDNS_NONE is adding 0.1 so every mail that lacks reverse dns
is getting a minimum of 5.1.

Is this intended behaviour?

Regards,
Cliff.
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Cliff Stanford
Might Limited +44 845 0045 666 (Office)
Suite 67, Dorset House +44 7973 616 666 (Mobile)
Duke Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1TB
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