Is it possible to see how Exchange ETR scored the SCL of a particular message?

Is there a way to see why a message was flagged as spam in E2K7? I can see where it tells me what SCL score it received but other than that, can it tell me how a particular message got to that score? I know some products specifiy in detail why it got flagged but so far in E2K7 isn't doesn't seem to offer that feature??

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SembeeCommented:
They only provide the SCL score. Forefront may provide more information, but the base product does not.

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SembeeCommented:
That information is not exposed by Microsoft. Very few products tell you the exact reason, they will give you a broad definition only.

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MultiTrendsAuthor Commented:
Does MS provide more of a reason other than the SCL score?
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VahikCommented:
you could try pipeline tracing by enabling it through set-transportserver

there are also some repoting tools included with your exchange 2007 ....such as

get-antispamsclhistogram.ps1....

sorry, cant provide other information....not an E2K7 expert yet....i am still trying to pass my 5.5 exam...
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VahikCommented:
well, i was hoping pipelinetracing will show some extra info as to why ....content filtering agent is one
of the agents that logging is enabled for by default...it is time for me to install an exchange 2007 and figure out what this beast is all about...

i also know that MS is very secretive about is antispam technology....a while back a company posted
an article about outlook antispam capability and MS made them take it off their site....
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SembeeCommented:
Most of the antispam vendors are sensitive - it is a war on spam and if they reveal too much the spammers learn and their product becomes ineffective.

Simon.

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Thanks to both of you for your comments!

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