Zia prediction failure due to security statements at the front of email content

Zia prediction failure due to security statements at the front of email content

Issue:
Zia approval prediction fails when security statements are present at the starting of the mail content.
Since we consider the first 100 characters and 2 sentences from the content, the approval comment given by the user was not considered due to the presence of the security sentences before it.

Fix:
To avoid this scenario, if the unwanted security statements (E.g., CONFIDENTIAL &; RESTRICTED) is added to the stopwords.txt (<SDP-HOME>\ZIA\dataset\stopwords.txt), those sentences will be removed and the remaining string will be considered for the prediction as approver's comment.

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