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Strange *SPAM* markers, NST [message #1875] Wed, 12 December 2007 12:15 Go to previous message
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Registered: December 2007
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Hi folks,

i've got some strange behaviour since the last update of NST server. (Current Version:

In our filter array we use a spam assassin filter as "last step". In this filter we include "[SPAM?]" in the header, if a specific score is reached.

Since the last update a lot of mails are marked with "*SPAM*" and we don't use this tag. It seems, that some filter tags the mails by itself without any posibility to change the settings in the GUI of NST.

Another problem is the "feature", that the the whitelist is ignored by the new versions DNSBL-Filter. We have a lot of trouble with this, because we use the whitelisting exactly for the purpose of bypassing DNSBL-Entry-related false positives.

Is there some posibility of change that behaviour by editing some config file?

Thanks in advance,


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