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giampos

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Hi, it's possible to configure DBL in Kerio Connect?
I've seen only Ip blacklists.
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Neil Whiteside (Kerio)

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Hello giampos,

You can blacklist domains by creating a custom message rule in Webadmin->Configuration->Spam Filter->Custom Rules.

Choose:
"Mail Header"
Header: From
Type: Contains Domain
And enter the domain name in the Content field that appears.

Finally, choose the action - either reject or add to the spam score.

I hope that helps.

Best regards,

Neil.

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freakinvibe

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Hi Giampos

Are you refering to Spamhaus DBL? This is already configured in SpamAssassin in Kerio Connect. It will detect spammy domains in the body of the email.

So no need to configure it yourself.

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giampos

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freakinvibe wrote on Mon, 16 June 2014 08:48
Hi Giampos

Are you refering to Spamhaus DBL? This is already configured in SpamAssassin in Kerio Connect. It will detect spammy domains in the body of the email.

So no need to configure it yourself.


Yes It is !
But why a lot of blacklisted domains passes the check ?
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freakinvibe

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Where do you see that? Can you post the source (including headers) of such a mail?


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