Hebrew and Israeli Anti-Spam Policy
The Hebrew and Israeli SpamAssassin Rules files are maintained for the
benefit of people and organizations who use SpamAssassin and want to filter
These files are not a list of spammers and by themselves would not
The files contain rules that assign SpamAssassin scores to occurances of
specific text in email.
It is up to the user or site administrator of SpamAssassin to determine the
threshold by which a specific email would be marked as spam and/or perhaps
The file "israelieviluri.cf":
The file contains domains, hosts, phones and IP addresses used by spammers.
This can include bulk email houses, individual companies and persons that
send spam, and servers that are used to host images for spam.
Spam is strictly defined as Unsolicited Bulk Email, and so we will include
unsolicited mail where the sender is not explicity asking for money,
such as political and religious spam.
The domains and IP's can be the original ones listed in the
mail, but also include the intermediate redirectors and the final target
If the company is attempting to hide behind a temporary domain
used for email campaign(s), the real company domain is included as well.
The file "hebrewspam.cf":
This file contains various hebrew phrases that were found in spam.
Some of these phrases may occasionally be present in non-spam but should not
generate a high SpamAssassin score.
Please report FPs (False Positives) to
Getting your domains off these files:
From time to time we'll make a mistake and add a legitimate domain to our rules.
Please accept our sincere apologies in advance.
To request the removal or your doamin/name or whatever you consider offending and unjustified,
please send an email to
with a detailed explanation and your contact information.
We do not promise to modify or remove anything but we shall examine your request fairly.