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RPC_Admin

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I don't think this has been brought up before. I would like to basically black list a stack of domains, is there a test file somewhere that I can paste these into to block or add to the spam score? The GUI under Content filter--Spam Filter--Custom Rules is where I want them added, but I don't want to manually enter these domains one at a time. Thanks in Advance
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awaegel

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I'd like to second this request - I want to have someone on my staff update spam setting with a list of blocked users & domains, but there are too many to do one at a time.
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dekrohn

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although Kerio does not support this to my knowledge, I have edited the local.cf file. It has been VERY effective and reduced our SPAM to less than half. IT WAS NOT EASY. It is done in pure geek-speak.
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mickwire

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I recently setup a whitelist using our customers mx records (in order to avoid spoofing of domain names). It is setup in the manner of a blacklist but if the list returns a positive response (127.0.0.2) they receive a -20 score from spamassassin. This gives a free pass to all but the most spammy of mails.

Contact me if you'd like more info.
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