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harris

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I've noticed that Kerio uses the last sending server's IP address for blacklist searches. Is it possible to use all the IP addresses (or at least more than one) from the email header to search against the blacklists being used? I've used other spam filters that allow you to set the 'depth' the spam filter will look in the headers for IP addresses.

My kerio server receives some of its mail from a forwarder email server, and thus all spam coming in from that forwarder isn't triggering any of the blacklists. Any way to prevent this?
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winkelman

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More of us users have this problem. In fact, all of us that receive mail from a relay server. At the moment this cannot be changed, so we can't use all the anti-spam filters like spam-repellant, caller-id, SPF, blacklists, etc.

We can only use Spamassasin and its Basyan filter. Still, quite effective here, catches 95%. Of course, the mailserver has to work a little harder at it, since it will initially accept all spam.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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If you want increase priority for this feature request, please add yourself to the list: http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=8390
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harris

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Thanks for the replies. I'll submit this for a feature request.
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