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The1st

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Pls. let me know is it possible to change default setting of "Bayes Spam filter" ?
I have to work with various national letters, but BSF hold its as "illegal chars" and so on.. The way to push button "not spam" every time is right solution only for specific letter but not for all firm's mail. Also I need to know how to undo stupid user's mark all his letters as spam so all his letter are forwarded direct to "Junk folder".
Of course, I can spend some time to look into every files of Kerio folder and understand "how it works" but.. is there any more efficient way (any link to docs/specification sheets) ?

Vlad

[Updated on: Tue, 12 October 2004 21:27]


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Vlad,

Have you tried adding custom filters in the Spam Filter settings? If you're dealing with specific senders or relatively unique and predictable subject lines, you might be able to keep many of these messages from getting caught.

Also, O'Reilly recently published a guide to SpamAssassin, which could be useful for you. (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/)
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Thanks for real help,
Vlad

KellyMc wrote on Wed, 13 October 2004 02:38

Vlad,

Have you tried adding custom filters in the Spam Filter settings? If you're dealing with specific senders or relatively unique and predictable subject lines, you might be able to keep many of these messages from getting caught.

Also, O'Reilly recently published a guide to SpamAssassin, which could be useful for you. (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/)


/Vladislav
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