Using CRLF or some other f of NEWLINE Character in an outlook rules filter



This topic has proven elusive as I have been searching the archives for some time now.

The new wave of SPAM hitting our inbox's has one obvious tell... there is most always a long series (at least ten or more) of new lines (carriage returns or line feeds) between the body of the message and the gibberish at thebottom of the message. The gibberish is designed to fool most spam filtersand seems to be doing a pretty good job.

So how do I write a message rule that simply searches for a series of line feeds? I have tried all forms of CR, LF, CRLF, \nl, /nl, etc in both upper and lower case but none work.



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