It's a sanityscore. One of the problems with the 'smart' dynamic
rules in surgemails spam filter is sometimes they come up with
unexpected (blatantly stupid) results, so we have a second simpler
check which just looks at some basic features of the message
without smart rules, and if the two results are in obvious
conflict then surgemail knows both answers are suspect and uses
the sanity score to move the actual score more towards 'undefined'
rather than definitely good or bad. I think it may also increase
a score if both methods agree..
We even have two of these, the first one you can disable with
the second one you can enable with:
I recommend enabling the second one (and leaving the first one
I've been seeing SanScore score in
the Spam detect header.
Do you what is it
and how is it
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