> A lot of the spam I'm seeing sneak past spamassassin has a blogger url in it
> (this seems to be a new favorite for spammers).
>
> I've got about 200 such spams that have managed to sneak past (no idea how
> many of the 20000 spams in my confirmed-kills folder also match).


Same deal.

> So, that said:
>
> Can someone do a spam-versus-ham comparison for included links to
> blogger.com (I don't have the corpus handy, nor do I know how to set up a
> "proper" test.)
>
> If it proves high enough, would a rule be possible?


That would be great.

> Also, would it be possible to make spamassassin -r smart about reporting
> such links straight to the feedback form here:
>
> http://help.blogger.com/?page=troubl...ubmit=Continue


Have you reported any and timed how long it takes for them to go away?
Try reporting a few and let us know what happens?

Matt