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# CONFIGURATION FILE FOR FULLQUOTTEL 
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# use as /etc/fullquottelrc or ~/.fullquottelrc 
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# All variables take the form var=value, empty lines and lines starting with # 
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# are ignored. 
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# If a variable is not set the default value is taken. 
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# GENERAL OPTIONS 
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# scorethreshold 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Threshold for final score that discriminates between Goodquottel and Fullquottel 
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# Default: 1.5 
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scorethreshold=1.5 
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# quotechars 
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# Possible values: chars 
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# Chars used for quoting 
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# Default: ># 
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quotechars='>#' 
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# debug 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Debug option (prints single test results) 
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# Default: off 
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debug=0 
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# TEST RELATED OPTIONS 
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# 1) ownSigTest 
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# This test searches for the own email signature (default in file: 
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# ~/.signature), no matter if it is quoted or not. If the own signature is 
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# included in a reply, this is a strong sign for a tofu mail. 
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# ownsigtest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off ownSigTest 
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# Default: on) 
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ownsigtest=1 
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# ownsigtestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for ownSigTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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ownsigtestscore=1.0 
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# ownsigtestfile 
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# Possible values: stringe (filename) 
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# Signature file to test against 
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# Default: ~/.signature 
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ownsigtestfile=~/.signature 
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# 2) msTest 
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# People using MS Outlook (Express) often have the original mail at the 
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# bottom of their reply below a line like " Original Message 
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# ". This test searches for this kind of lines. It is possible to 
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# compare the line number where it was found to a certain threshold. If the 
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# line number is equal to or higher than this threshold, the test is 
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# positive and the specified score is added. 
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# Why the line number? It is possible that a user replies in a nontofu way 
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# but has this "original message" line at the very beginning of his reply. 
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# For definition of the attribution line see below. 
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# mstest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off msTest (Microsoft attribution lines) 
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# Default: on 
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mstest=1 
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# mstestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for msTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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mstestscore=1.0 
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# mstestthreshold 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Threshold for msTest (at or below which line a Microsoft attribution line ist found) 
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# Default: 2 
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mstestthreshold=2 
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# 3) quotedToAllTest 
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# This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines and the 
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# number of all lines. The ratio has a value between 0 and 1. It is compared 
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# to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in case the ratio is higher than the 
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# threshold the score is added to the final score. Additionally a factor can 
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# be specified that adds an additional weighted score: 
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# score(quotedToAllTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio * factor : 0 
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# quotedtoalltest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off quotedToAllTest (ratio quoted lines to all) 
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# Default: on 
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quotedtoalltest=1 
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# quotedtoalltestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for quotedToAllTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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quotedtoalltestscore=1.0 
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# quotedtoalltestfactor 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Result = score + ratio * FACTOR 
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# Default: 0 
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quotedtoalltestfactor=0 
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# quotedtoalltestthreshold 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Ratio threshold for activating quotedToAllTest 
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# Default: 0.5 
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quotedtoalltestthreshold=0.5 
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# 4) bottomQuotedToAllTest 
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# This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines at the 
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# bottom of the mail and the number of all lines. The ratio has a value 
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# between 0 and 1. It is compared to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in case 
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# the ratio is higher than the threshold the score is added to the final 
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# score. Additionally a factor can be specified that adds an additional 
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# weighted score: 
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# score(bottomQuotedToAllTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio * factor 
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# : 0 
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# bottomquotedtoalltest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off bottomQuotedToAllTest (ratio quoted lines at bottom to all 
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# Default: on 
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bottomquotedtoalltest=1 
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# bottomquotedtoalltestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for bottomQuotedToAllTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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bottomquotedtoalltestscore=1.0 
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# bottomquotedtoalltestfactor 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Result = score + ratio * FACTOR 
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# Default: 0 
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bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor=0 
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# bottomquotedtoalltestthreshold 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Ratio threshold for activating bottomQuotedToAllTest 
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# Default: 0.5 
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bottomquotedtoalltestthreshold=0.5 
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# 5) bottomQuotedToQuotedTest 
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# This test calculates the ratio between the number of quoted lines at the 
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# bottom of the mail and the number of all quoted lines. The ratio has a 
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# value between 0 and 1. It is compared to a threshold (default: 0.5) and in 
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# case the ratio is higher than the threshold the score is added to the 
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# final score. Additionally a factor can be specified that adds an 
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# additional weighted score: 
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# score(bottomQuotedToQuotedTest) = ratio > threshold ? score + ratio * 
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# factor : 0 
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# bottomquotedtoquotedtest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off bottomQuotedToQuotedTest (ratio quoted lines at bottom to all quoted lines 
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# Default: on 
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bottomquotedtoquotedtest=1 
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# bottomquotedtoquotedtestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for bottomQuotedToQuotedTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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bottomquotedtoquotedtestscore=1.0 
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# Possible values: double 
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# bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor 
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# Result = score + ratio * FACTOR 
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# Default: 0 
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bottomquotedtoquotedtestfactor=0 
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# bottomquotedtoquotedtestthreshold 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Ratio threshold for activating bottomQuotedToQuotedTest 
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# Default: 0.5 
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bottomquotedtoquotedtestthreshold=0.5 
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# 6) singleBottomQuoteTest 
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# This tests checks if the mail has only one quote block and if this quote 
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# block is at the bottom of the mail  the classical tofu style. 
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# singlebottomquotetest 
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# Possible values: 1 (on), 0 (off) 
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# Turn on/off singleBottomQuoteTest (only one quote block, and at the bottom) 
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# Default: on 
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singlebottomquotetest=1 
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# singlebottomquotetestscore 
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# Possible values: double 
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# Score for singleBottomQuoteTest 
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# Default: 1.0 
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singlebottomquotetestscore=1.0 
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# ADDITIONAL OPTIONS 
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# addattributionlines 
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# Add addistional attribution lines for the 'mstest' (see above) 
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# Possible values: true false 
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# If 'false': other definitions are ignored 
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# If 'true': following defintions are added 
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# Default: true 
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addattributionlines=true 
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# attributionline 
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# Add additional attribution lines for the 'mstest' (see above). 
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# More than one entry is allowed. 
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attributionline=Ursprüngliche Nachricht 
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attributionline=Original Message 
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attributionline= Ursprüngliche Nachricht  
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attributionline= Original Message  