My company uses a standalone spam-assassin install to test marketing emails, however, mail originating from us does not seem to run the full gamut of test.
For example, Spam assassin has a default rule that flags messages that contain the phrase
Dear [Something], and it properly flags spam that I feed it.It does not, however, apply that same rule to in house email I send it.
Is it possible that spam assassin has white-listed us somehow, perhaps because the mail originates in the same domain as the server or receiver?
I believe most of the recent spamassassin questions have been mine, so thanks for bearing with me as I figure this out!
EDIT Details on our SA setup:
We are piping the emails into the CL with
spamc -R < test_email.eml
Identical results testing as root or a user, no user_prefs file