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tedxas

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Gang --

Is there an .INI file somewhere that holds the settings for Custom Message Rules?

If so, would anyone be interested in sharing CMR settings?

Currently, I go through the spam log....find the stuff folks manually marked as spam.....go to the debug log to find out what the original score was.....and then try to adjust my kill score.

However, if I had the ability to cut-n-paste custom rules from the Kerio community, I would simply delete that stuff as it comes in.

I am open to better strategies, if any.

Thanks,

Ted
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peterj

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Better strategies...?

Let the bayes handle it once your score is as close as possible..!
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tedxas

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Aaah, but that is the issue, my friend.

Bayes does not always capture "obvious spam"....such as stuff with:

penny st0ck

in the subject line.

If we had a community-driven list of Custom Rules, we might be able to cut out a lot of stuff that Bayes misses.

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