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Sat Feb 25 16:41:21 2006 UTC (15 years, 5 months ago) by gregoa
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[svn-inject] Installing original source of fullquottel
1 gregoa 120 # CONFIGURATION FILE FOR FULLQUOTTEL
2    
3     # use as /etc/fullquottelrc or ~/.fullquottelrc
4    
5     # All variables take the form var=value, empty lines and lines starting with #
6     # are ignored.
7     # If a variable is not set the default value is taken.
8    
9     # GENERAL OPTIONS
10    
11     # scorethreshold
12     # Possible values: double
13     # Threshold for final score that discriminates between Goodquottel and Fullquottel
14     # Default: 1.5
15     scorethreshold=1.5
16    
17     # quotechars
18     # Possible values: chars
19     # Chars used for quoting
20     # Default: >|#
21     quotechars='>|#'
22    
23     # debug
24     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
25     # Debug option (prints single test results)
26     # Default: off
27     debug=0
28    
29     # TEST RELATED OPTIONS
30    
31     # 1) ownSigTest
32     # This test searches for the own email signature (default in file:
33     # ~/.signature), no matter if it is quoted or not. If the own signature is
34     # included in a reply, this is a strong sign for a tofu mail.
35    
36     # ownsigtest
37     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
38     # Turn on/off ownSigTest
39     # Default: on)
40     ownsigtest=1
41    
42     # ownsigtestscore
43     # Possible values: double
44     # Score for ownSigTest
45     # Default: 1.0
46     ownsigtestscore=1.0
47    
48     # ownsigtestfile
49     # Possible values: stringe (filename)
50     # Signature file to test against
51     # Default: ~/.signature
52     ownsigtestfile=~/.signature
53    
54     # 2) msTest
55     # People using MS Outlook (Express) often have the original mail at the
56     # bottom of their reply below a line like "----- Original Message
57     # -----". This test searches for this kind of lines. It is possible to
58     # compare the line number where it was found to a certain threshold. If the
59     # line number is equal to or higher than this threshold, the test is
60     # positive and the specified score is added.
61     # Why the line number? It is possible that a user replies in a non-tofu way
62     # but has this "original message" line at the very beginning of his reply.
63     # For definition of the attribution line see below.
64    
65     # mstest
66     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
67     # Turn on/off msTest (Microsoft attribution lines)
68     # Default: on
69     mstest=1
70    
71     # mstestscore
72     # Possible values: double
73     # Score for msTest
74     # Default: 1.0
75     mstestscore=1.0
76    
77     # mstestthreshold
78     # Possible values: double
79     # Threshold for msTest (at or below which line a Microsoft attribution line ist found)
80     # Default: 2
81     mstestthreshold=2
82    
83     # 3) quotedToAllTest
84     # This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines and the
85     # number of all lines. The ratio has a value between 0 and 1. It is compared
86     # to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in case the ratio is higher than the
87     # threshold the score is added to the final score. Additionally a factor can
88     # be specified that adds an additional weighted score:
89     # score(quotedToAllTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio * factor : 0
90    
91     # quotedtoalltest
92     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
93     # Turn on/off quotedToAllTest (ratio quoted lines to all)
94     # Default: on
95     quotedtoalltest=1
96    
97     # quotedtoalltestscore
98     # Possible values: double
99     # Score for quotedToAllTest
100     # Default: 1.0
101     quotedtoalltestscore=1.0
102    
103     # quotedtoalltestfactor
104     # Possible values: double
105     # Result = score + ratio * FACTOR
106     # Default: 0
107     quotedtoalltestfactor=0
108    
109     # quotedtoalltestthreshold
110     # Possible values: double
111     # Ratio threshold for activating quotedToAllTest
112     # Default: 0.5
113     quotedtoalltestthreshold=0.5
114    
115     # 4) bottomQuotedToAllTest
116     # This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines at the
117     # bottom of the mail and the number of all lines. The ratio has a value
118     # between 0 and 1. It is compared to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in case
119     # the ratio is higher than the threshold the score is added to the final
120     # score. Additionally a factor can be specified that adds an additional
121     # weighted score:
122     # score(bottomQuotedToAllTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio * factor
123     # : 0
124    
125     # bottomquotedtoalltest
126     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
127     # Turn on/off bottomQuotedToAllTest (ratio quoted lines at bottom to all
128     # Default: on
129     bottomquotedtoalltest=1
130    
131     # bottomquotedtoalltestscore
132     # Possible values: double
133     # Score for bottomQuotedToAllTest
134     # Default: 1.0
135     bottomquotedtoalltestscore=1.0
136    
137     # bottomquotedtoalltestfactor
138     # Possible values: double
139     # Result = score + ratio * FACTOR
140     # Default: 0
141     bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor=0
142    
143     # bottomquotedtoalltestthreshold
144     # Possible values: double
145     # Ratio threshold for activating bottomQuotedToAllTest
146     # Default: 0.5
147     bottomquotedtoalltestthreshold=0.5
148    
149     # 5) bottomQuotedToQuotedTest
150     # This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines at the
151     # bottom of the mail and the number of all quoted lines. The ratio has a
152     # value between 0 and 1. It is compared to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in
153     # case the ratio is higher than the threshold the score is added to the
154     # final score. Additionally a factor can be specified that adds an
155     # additional weighted score:
156     # score(bottomQuotedToQuotedTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio *
157     # factor : 0
158    
159     # bottomquotedtoquotedtest
160     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
161     # Turn on/off bottomQuotedToQuotedTest (ratio quoted lines at bottom to all quoted lines
162     # Default: on
163     bottomquotedtoquotedtest=1
164    
165     # bottomquotedtoquotedtestscore
166     # Possible values: double
167     # Score for bottomQuotedToQuotedTest
168     # Default: 1.0
169     bottomquotedtoquotedtestscore=1.0
170    
171     # Possible values: double
172     # bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor
173     # Result = score + ratio * FACTOR
174     # Default: 0
175     bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor=0
176    
177     # bottomquotedtoquotedtestthreshold
178     # Possible values: double
179     # Ratio threshold for activating bottomQuotedToQuotedTest
180     # Default: 0.5
181     bottomquotedtoquotedtestthreshold=0.5
182    
183     # 6) singleBottomQuoteTest
184     # This tests checks if the mail has only one quote block and if this quote
185     # block is at the bottom of the mail - the classical tofu style.
186    
187     # singlebottomquotetest
188     # Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off)
189     # Turn on/off singleBottomQuoteTest (only one quote block, and at the bottom)
190     # Default: on
191     singlebottomquotetest=1
192    
193     # singlebottomquotetestscore
194     # Possible values: double
195     # Score for singleBottomQuoteTest
196     # Default: 1.0
197     singlebottomquotetestscore=1.0
198    
199     # ADDITIONAL OPTIONS
200    
201     # addattributionlines
202     # Add addistional attribution lines for the 'mstest' (see above)
203     # Possible values: true false
204     # If 'false': other definitions are ignored
205     # If 'true': following defintions are added
206     # Default: true
207     addattributionlines=true
208    
209     # attributionline
210     # Add additional attribution lines for the 'mstest' (see above).
211     # More than one entry is allowed.
212     attributionline=-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
213     attributionline=-----Original Message-----
214     attributionline=----- Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht -----
215     attributionline=----- Original Message -----

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