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On Thu, Apr 03, 2008 at 11:44:13AM -0700, Evan Platt wrote:
> >0.4 HTML_60_70 BODY: Message is 60% to 70% HTML
> >0.9 HTML_40_50 BODY: Message is 40% to 50% HTML
> >
> >I cleaned up an email template for a client, so the code was more
> >streamlined and had less HTML (keeping the same amount of images), but
> >strangely this got a higher score.
> > =20

> Not sure what's confusing about that. The body of the message is 60-70%=

> HTML. Or 40-50%.

I think the confusion is about the score. In short, 40-50% HTML
(HTML_40_50) is more of a spam sign than 60-70% HTML (HTML_60_70).
A possible confusion here is if you're relating amount of HTML to score
-- there's no direct correlation, it's all about the statistics of what
appears in the message corpus.

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