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spam-use-whitelist (see section 220.127.116.11 Blacklists and Whitelists), but uses hashcash tokens for whitelisting messages
instead of the sender address. Messages without a hashcash payment
token will be sent to the next spam-split rule. This is an explicit
filter, meaning that unless a hashcash token is found, the messages
are not assumed to be spam or ham.