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       PhishTag - SpamAssassin plugin for redirecting links in incoming emails.


        loadplugin     Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::PhishTag

        trigger_ratio    0.1
        trigger_target   RULE_NAME


       PhishTag enables administrators to rewrite links in emails that trigger certain tests,
       preferably anti-phishing blacklist tests. The plugin will inhibit the blocking of a
       portion of the emails that trigger the test by SpamAssassin, and let them pass to the
       users' inbox after the rewrite. It is useful in providing training to email users about
       company policies and general email usage.


       The following options can be set by modifying the configuration file.

       ·   trigger_ratio percentage_value

           Sets the probability in percentage that a positive test will trigger the email
           rewrite, e.g. 0.1 will rewrite on the average 1 in 1000 emails that match the trigger.

       ·   trigger_target RULE_NAME http_url

           The name of the test which would trigger the email rewrite; all the URLs will be
           replaced by http_url.


       The source of this plugin is available at: a
       sample configuration file is also available:


       Check the list of tests performed by SpamAssassin to modify the configuration file to
       match your needs from


       Umut Topkara, 2008, <>


       This plugin is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as SpamAssassin itself, either version 3.2.4 or, at your option, any later version
       of SpamAssassin you may have available.