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We have Communigate on our mail server. Recently we moved to Dr.Web antivirus + antispam. When it checks mail for spam it writes spam score in 'X-Spam-Level: ', where number of '' signifies the spam score.

How to match these '' in communigate rules? I've tried * for single '', but it doesn't work.

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Consider asking Communigate Product Support primarily, they're more likely to know than we are. Communigate strikes me as something of a niche product, compared to say, asking questions about exim or postfix – Tom O'Connor Mar 3 '12 at 8:43
Have you solved this issue? – pl1nk Jul 23 '12 at 15:53
yep. I've used a tool from my AV software(Dr.Web) to rewrite the '*' to 'x'. The external rewriting solution was proposed my Communigate Support. – Anton Kazennikov Jul 24 '12 at 18:57

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