In article <d06ad64f4e.harriet@xxxxxxxxxx>, Harriet Bazley <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I'm seeing a constant stream of e-mails downloaded by default that > ought to be deleted by a body test rule that simply checks for the > presence of a double apostrophe - and which *do* show up as triggering > that rule when subsequently run through the Trial window after download! > I inserted additional Reporter instructions into the user test in > question which strongly suggest - even more suspiciously - that lines at > the end of the header are being tested instead of the start of the body > text. But I honestly can't see any difference between the debug logs > of the ones that *are* correctly trapped and the ones that aren't. > (Logs attached by e-mail; not sure how the mailing list treats > attachments.) The 'raw data dumps' you sent, don't indicate any particular problem at the 'incoming data' level. What do the mailbox logs say? Regards, Frank  That's really all they are. The current version of the command line debug function doesn't provide any information about how the data is processed.