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POP3 Proxy [message #1505] Sat, 16 September 2006 06:45 Go to previous message
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Registered: September 2006
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Our non-profit uses POP3 protocol to retrieve email from the internet. Our provider has spam filters but they let a lot thru. I installed NST on our server to help catch what gets thru. Because we don't use SMTP to receive email, I only use the NST POP3 proxy to flag spam. It's working great, but I'd like more options.

1. I'd like to be able to redirect spam to another address.


2. I'd like to deposit spam directly into users' "Junk Mail" folder without having to create a rule on each and every client.

Are either of these possible in NST using only the POP3 Proxy? If not, could they possibly be added as options in a future release?

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