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linuxbox

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here is a CF file i made to get rid of some commonly known
bad domains in a message body as well as a new filter to fight
the ecards.

body bad_ecards_1 /[\w]+\.[\w]+\.exe/i
score bad_ecards_1 20

this gets rid of blahblahblah.blahblahblah.exe
in the message body.

you should be able to just put this in
Program Files\Kerio\MailServer\plugins\spamassassin\rules

folder and then restart kerio...works well..

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walker

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Hello,
I use KMS for linux and I guess I can put that file in /opt/kerio/MailServer/plugins/spamassassin/rules, can't I?
Do I have to do something else to make it work?

[Updated on: Mon, 20 August 2007 12:17]

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Regarding the domain names, KMS Spam Assassin already has a dynamic feature that checks for known spam URLs. It is called SURBL and can be switched on and off on the Spam config page.

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linuxbox

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yes the SURBL is good but it does miss many domains. the list above is just a small sample of common spam domains that i parsed out of hundreds of emails that outlook marked as spam and moved into the junk mail folder. i have a domain name that was in service as an ISP that is no longer in business. they had about 400 customers so it's a great source to get spam because i forward all email for users for that domain to a catch account so i always see the latest spam etc etc. these domains come from that list and trust me, that only represents a small percentage of what could be on that list. it's unbelievable that spam is well above 80 percent. i'd say closer to 90.
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