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Someone could tell me if it's possible using regular expression in Spam Filter part > "custom rules".

For exemple my rule:

Header : Subject
Type : Contains substring
Content: rolex
Action : increase score by 9.0

My problem is spammer use "rollex", "RoleX" or "rolllexxx"

So, can I specify to Kerio that "Content" is a regular expression?

Thanks for your help.

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No, you can't use regex's yet. To my knowledge, spam rules aren't even case in-sensitive yet.

Good is better than evil because it's nicer
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Complex rules can't be handled in the standard spam filter.

It must be configured in the Spamassassin's .cf files.

Actually there are some rules already in there

describe FM_ROLEX_ADS		Looks like Rolex spams.

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