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Manual says nothing about this. For instance, if I block messages with say substring "get cheap" in Subject, but I add another condition to accept all emails from foo<at>, which condition takes precedence? Logically, the "accept all from this address" should, but who knows?

Anyone know anything about this? Is it worth looking at Spam Assassin to find out, or are these rules devised by Kerio?

Spam has become a major issue and I have the impression Kerio has not given the spamkill section the attention it really deserves now things are so bad.

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The custom spam rules are separate from SpamAssassin.

They are matched in top-down order, as they are displayed in the admin console. An email will match one and only one rule, as far as I know.


Maxwell Kanat-Alexander
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