Spam tagging option

Email Options: "Marking"

Usually, when a spam level of 6.0 is reached or exceeded, the subject of the email is supplemented by a prefix [SPAM?]. The reason for this procedure is that some mail clients limit the use of other lines of the mail header for filter rules (e.g. Outlook Express).

This option allows you to deselect the spam marker (subject or subject only). As with blocking, this is a non-strict option that only takes effect under certain circumstances. I.e. only if all recipients of a message have deactivated this option (i.e. suppress the marking), is the addition of [SPAM?]

In order to recognize a marked spam mail, you must rely on the mail header lines added in the course of marking, e.g:
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X-Spam-Status: MEDIUM ; 79
X-Spam-Level: *******+++++++++
X-Spam-TU-Processing-Host: mri1
X-Spam-Flag: YES
X-Spam-Report: 7.9/6.0
               ---- Start SpamAssassin results
              7.90 points, 6 required;
              * 0.7 -- Message with extraneous Content-type:...type= header
              * 3.3 -- BODY: Bayesian classifier says spam probability is 70 to 80%
                           [score: 0.7895]
              * 0.6 -- BODY: Message is 30% to 40% HTML
              * 3.3 -- BODY: HTML link irritations - empty hrefs
              * 0.0 -- Has a User-Agent header
              ---- End of SpamAssassin results

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​​​​​​​Details can be found in the spam tag documentation.

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