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The IP address of the sender was whitelisted by [http://www.returnpath.net/ Return Path], an online reputation accreditor. An DNS lookup is made using the [:DnsBlocklists:DNSBL] service provided by habeas.com to determine the assigned "Permission Level" of the sender. The value returned for this rule is from 40 to 59. The IP address of the sender was whitelisted by [[http://www.returnpath.net/|Return Path]], an online reputation accreditor. An DNS lookup is made using the [[DnsBlocklists|DNSBL]] service provided by habeas.com to determine the assigned "Permission Level" of the sender. The value returned for this rule is from 40 to 59.
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The default scores for this rule can be found [http://spamassassin.apache.org/tests.html in the online list of tests]. The default scores for this rule can be found [[http://spamassassin.apache.org/tests.html|in the online list of tests]].
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The Safelist program was originally operated by Habeas, which was purchased by [http://www.returnpath.net/ Return Path] in 2008. The Safelist program was originally operated by Habeas, which was purchased by [[http://www.returnpath.net/|Return Path]] in 2008.

SpamAssassin Rule: HABEAS_ACCREDITED_SOI

Standard description: Habeas Accredited Opt-In or Better

Explanation

The IP address of the sender was whitelisted by Return Path, an online reputation accreditor. An DNS lookup is made using the DNSBL service provided by habeas.com to determine the assigned "Permission Level" of the sender. The value returned for this rule is from 40 to 59.

  • 10 to 39 : Personal, transactional, and Confirmed Opt In
  • 40 to 59 : Secure referrals and Single Opt In

  • 60 to 99 : Checked but not accredited by Return Path.

Further Info

The default scores for this rule can be found in the online list of tests.

Spam sent from a Safelisted IP address should be reported to habeas.com@abuse.net .

History

The Safelist program was originally operated by Habeas, which was purchased by Return Path in 2008.


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