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Forced delete of "Bad" SPAMs [message #624] Wed, 01 September 2004 07:48
Mark Haller
Messages: 27
Registered: August 2004
Junior Member

Hi there,

We currently have NST setup to still send eMails to customers with an amended subject line - this is great for us, as we still haven't cracked the learning issue as mentioned earlier in the forum (pretty close now!) ....

My question though - all SPAM eMails are delivered to customers, regardless of their "severity" ...

Ideally, we want to delete SPAMs that have been flagged SPAM based on certain rule names (such as SPAMCOP_URI_RBL, OB_URI_RBL, WS_URI_RBL) but still deliver, for now, all other SPAM mails.

Is there a way to do this?

Many thanks!

Mark Haller
LogicSpot
Re: Forced delete of "Bad" SPAMs [message #625 is a reply to message #624] Wed, 01 September 2004 15:49 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> We currently have NST setup to still send eMails to customers
> with an amended subject line - this is great for us, as we
> still haven't cracked the learning issue as mentioned earlier
> in the forum (pretty close now!) ....
>
> My question though - all SPAM eMails are delivered to
> customers, regardless of their "severity" ...
>
> Ideally, we want to delete SPAMs that have been flagged SPAM
> based on certain rule names (such as SPAMCOP_URI_RBL,
> OB_URI_RBL, WS_URI_RBL) but still deliver, for now, all other
> SPAM mails.
>
> Is there a way to do this?

NoSpamToday! SMTP Proxy Version 2.0 will provide a separate threshold setting
to delete or quarantine spam mails instead of tagging and delivering them.
By assigning appropriate scores to the rules you mentioned you will then be
able to delete spam mails instead of delivering them.



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