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mike.ruddell

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Hi All,

I currently use Kerio Mailserver in a school environment.

Does anyone have any custom rules setup based on 'keywords' that would alert the network team?

For example, students sending messages with the word gay.

The list could go on. If anyone has something like this setup, please let me know.

I'm keen to clamp down on any abuse (without trawling through the archive daily!)

Cheers,

Mike
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RHarmsen.nl

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Why would the word gay or similiar words need an alert or filter?

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TorW

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Are there any written policies in place, defining what constitutes abuse? If not, I'd let it be. You know, if all you have is a hammer, everything starts looking like a nail.

And if you have time to monitor mail content, I want your job. Seriously Cool
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jshaw541

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mike.ruddell wrote on Wed, 25 March 2009 12:19

Hi All,

I currently use Kerio Mailserver in a school environment.

Does anyone have any custom rules setup based on 'keywords' that would alert the network team?

For example, students sending messages with the word gay.

The list could go on. If anyone has something like this setup, please let me know.

I'm keen to clamp down on any abuse (without trawling through the archive daily!)

Cheers,

Mike


Mike, this functionality isn't really in KMS itself. However, you could "archive" email to an external solution, such as the free MailArchiva OS Edition and have that search/reporting functionality.


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My IT Indy

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You could run a file scan against the mail folder itself on the server and flag any of the emails sitting in the users' folders.

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