For several weeks, I’ve been receiving phony messages that appear to be from a YouTube user:
- From: random name & email address
- To: one of my many email accounts
- Subject: [first & last name] sent you a message
- message: official looking HTML message with a YouTube logo + generic avatar + “[name] has sent you a message:” + generic quick message w/ a link + footer with “Help” and other links
I know the messages are bogus because all links are to a suspicious URL – same URL for all links in a single message, different URLs in different messages.
These message are now arriving once or twice a day. I mark each one as Junk, but SpamSieve has not learned to recognize these annoying messages.
I’d like to add a rule to the Blocklist, but it appears rules are a single comparison action. I can’t come up with a text comparison that would block these bogus message without catching some legitimate messages.
In Apple Mail rules, I’d create a multi-part “And” rule that matched the end of the subject line + several stock phrases in the message body.
If there’s no way to do this in SpamSieve, I’d like to add “Multi-part Rules” to the Wish List.