Randy writes:

> Micah Anderson wrote:
>> Sadly, I do not have an example I can share at the moment, as I
>> typically delete them in a rage after training my bayes filter on
>> them. However, I am looking for any suggestions of other things I can
>> turn on... in particular, are there rules that people have created that
>> look for certain keywords where the body is asking for your
>> account/password information?

> Report these and maybe they will add something that catches them. If
> one wanted to, they can get any mail the want through your filters if
> they are good and don't use things that trigger the rules.

Report them where exactly?

Here is an example one I received recently, note the hideously low bayes
score on this one, caused it to autolearn as ham even, grr.

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