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On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 09:23:26PM -0000, GQsm wrote:
> I thought that every email that went through SA would receive a real numb=

er
> score whether spam or not and under no instance should the score be
> non-exsistent.


It depends how you have things setup, but if the mail gets to SA, then it
would generally have a score and such, yes.

> Below is most of the header from the latest email of this kind.
> Has anyone any ideas what's going on and how I fix it?
>
> X-Spam-Status: No, score=3D
> X-Spam-Score:=20
> X-Spam-Bar:=20
> X-Spam-Flag: NO


How big was this mail, and how do you call SA? There's no
X-Spam-Checker-Version header.

My guess is either a problem with a third-party tool (milter, etc,)
or the message had those headers and it's > the max message size and
you use spamc.

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