Fighting Spam with SpamAssassin

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There are lots of Anti-Spam-Solutions out there and the past few months I've excessively digged into this topic and have set up a big anti-spam system. SpamAssassin is one of the most used solutions against spam. Of course, SA itself isn't enough at all but it helps you out in case some spams broke through your first wall (e.g. RBL's). Unfortunately, I haven't found many updates rulesets for SA the last months and SARE seems to be down, too. So over the past weeks I wrote my own ruleset and added several regex into it. Maybe someone out there will find this handy and wants to reuse it. Here's a brief description and the download to it. Have fun. Fight spam.

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