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Yes, you can use negative numbers. I would occasionally see -100 put in so that specific trusted messages would be passed.
Finally test it yesterday night and yes, it work to finally realise that the keyword I need to whitelist in the Subject field can also be in the To address field so both are in the header field...
Is there a way with a RegEx rule to only add point if the keyword is not in an smtp address?
The To: filed format is email@example.com. The word I need to whitelist is h123456
Is it possible to have a regex to exclude @h123456 but match h123456, in upper and lowercase? I can read simple regex but to write a complex one is something else... (
Thank you for the help