From: Oscar Rosero <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Information Request
> On Tue, Feb 09, 2010 at 09:15:41AM -0500, Oscar Rosero wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I'm trying to optimize my email marketing campaing and to do that I'm
> > testing my email by using Spamassassin.
> > However the following risk appears and I don't know what is it about,
> > neither how to correct it or remove it. Here is the Risk or Rule
> > description:
> > SARE_HTML_URI_2SLASH URI: URI has additional double slash within it
> > I'm not an expert on this issues. Please help me solve it.
> You are kidding, right?
Thank you for contact me back.
The true is I'm not kidding. I just tried to solve the issue by myself but
I did not found any information about the "SARE_HTML_URI_2SLASH URI: URI has
additional double slash within it". Then, by checking the Spamassassin, I
found your e-mail and I decided to contact you.
Please apologize me if I bothered you in some way, it was not my intention.
Maybe I did not use the propper words in my past message.
If, in some way, you can guide me o tell me where can I find some
information to solve the issue I would be very grateful.
I need to fill in by saying that I used to be a spamassassin contributor, and am the SA-Exim author, so maybe he found me that way (he didn't say).
So, I decided to have a little fun with him:
> > If, in some way, you can guide me o tell me where can I find some
> > information to solve the issue I would be very grateful.
> No, I was surprised because I thought you knew that by using spamassassin
> test your marketing message, you triggered a booby trap inside that
> cataloged your name, your IPs, and what you were trying to market so that
> any mass message from you sent to other people from now on will get you
> blacklisted throughout the internet, kicked out of your ISP, and any
> domain/company you have listed in there will get attacked by botnets if it
> ever gets sent from now on.
> Well, I guess you should have done your research first, now all I can
> recommend is that you never send what you were trying to send in the first
> place (even modifying it won't help since not only your message, but also
> your name, IP, ISP, and Email, and domains were harvested and put on the
Thank you Merlin for the valuable information and suggestions, I'll
certainly take it into account.
I hope to find the way to remove the detected risk on my following messages,
despite of the facto I have not even a remote idea about what URI_2SLASH is.