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  1. Suggestion for the Eset anti-spam filter: Mark mails as spam, based on own rules for individual X headers. Reason: My e-mail provider has decided no longer to add a note to the subject of e-mails classified as spam or to change the subject in any other way. Instead, spam mails are moved to a folder on the server that cannot be retrieved via POP3 (IMAP is not an alternative). However, I have created a rule on the server that moves all mails to the inbox that are not sorted out by other filters. Rules for X headers are not possible. Now, of course, I get the spam mails in my inbox, which are now only marked as spam in the mail header via "X-Spam-Flag: YES" and are not recognized as spam by Eset even with the extended antispam database.
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