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andropov

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Hi,

I have a few questions regarding KMS 6.04 functionality. Perhaps someone in the user community have the answers.

1. Is it possible to have a public folder that can be accessed from multiple domains?

2. My KMS is picking up email from a POP3 account that already has a spam filter applied to it. The only thing that the spam filter on the mail server where the account resides does is inserting the text "[Suspected Junk Email]" (without the quotation marks) into the subject field of the messages, if detected as spam.
I have for weeks been teaching KMS (through KOC) that these messages are spam, but KMS still does not classify them as spam. Shouldn't the bayesian spam engine in KMS eventually realize that all messages with this particular text in the subject field are spam?

Thanks,

Andropov
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dmartz

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Public folders can cross multiple domains, but its an all or nothing feature. In the domains configuration section, click on the advanced button on the bottom right. Your choices are per domain or for every domain. The setting is not per domain :(

As for the bayesian feature, I have not found it overly useful myself. I suggest adding a global rule in the "spam filter" section. You'll be able to add a rule catching your subject phrase. The key is to use the action that adds to the spam-score.

Hope that helps.
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