Once in awhile, we get a support call or an email, "Why did this email get x.x score?" Typically, these are really tough to answer. With the latest version, you do have the option to enable the "add email headers". It is under the SPAM blocker settings, advanced SMTP configuration. If you enable this, each email will have the header with the breakdown of the score.
If you right click on the email, options, under the Internet headers (i am using outlook), you will see something like this:
X-spam-status: No, score=3.1 required=4.3 tests=EXTRA_MPART_TYPE,DATE_IN_FUTURE_06_12,HTML_M ESSAGE,CTASD_SPAM_UNKNOWN
As you can see, it received a score of 3.1 with the breakdown of the score.
Here is the link to the rules like "EXTRA_MPART_TYPE,DATE_IN_FUTURE_06_12,HTML_MESSAG E,CTASD_SPAM_UNKNOWN"
Advanced Users could also do this for the auto whitelist.
If you want to delete the auto whitelist and start over, you can run this command on the Untangle SSH.
This will reset the box back to when it was first installed with the auto-whitelist, but will not affecting the 'bayes' scores.