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macgvr

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Is it possible to have different blacklists with some set to block and some set to add a score? It appears to not be an option since it seems to be all or nothing and you can only select one blacklist.
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ksnyder

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I'm not sure I understand. What you've described as being your desired outcome appears to be how the Internet Blacklists work within Kerio Connect.

A Blacklist entry can have one of two actions: Block or Increase score by x.y.

As a breakdown:
Is it possible to have different blacklists (YES) with some set to block and some set to add a score (YES)? It appears to not be an option (UNCLEAR) since it seems to be all or nothing (YES...all or nothing per individual blacklist) and you can only select one blacklist (UNCLEAR...you can tick the enable box for as many blacklists as you'd like).

Sorry if I'm misunderstanding, but very willing to help if you can help me understand a little better.

Ken Snyder
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macgvr

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In the admin console, when I try to setup different blacklists, it appears that the settings you apply to one blacklist applies to all. If I set one blacklist to block then it appears they all will block, and, it also looks like, based on what I see on the blacklist edit page, that you can only select one blacklist to use at a time. Am I wrong about this?
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macgvr

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Actually I know where the confusion is and it is my fault. I was talking about Custom blacklists.
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macgvr

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I need to clarify exactly what I am wanting to do, I think. Perhaps that will assist in getting a better answer. I read somewhere the idea of setting up Kerio Connect with netblocks to preemptively block overseas spam sources by either blocking or adding a score to each netblock. These netblocks were to be entered into the custom blakclists. I am trying to find a way to halt the flood of spam using only Kerio. I will also be looking at adjusting the scores for the URIBL entries in spamassasin.
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ksnyder

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Thanks for clarifying. Yes - currently you can create a single custom blacklist which can contain multiple blocks of IP addresses (that you identify in IP Address Groups). And it does appear to be an all or nothing situation. Either block or add a score to that single custom blacklist.

Ken Snyder
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MarkK

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Can't you just add score, and on the ones that you want to block you add A LOT of score, like 10?
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