Quarantine or save SPAM based on rules

Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Nov 26 16:30:47 GMT 2003

At 16:16 26/11/2003, you wrote:
>We've got a few customers in our network that are sending SPAM. We have a a
>firewall and every IP address is NAT so the IP addresses are different each
>Is there a way to quarantine or save SPAM emails based on an IP address
>For example, if IP X.X sends SPAM, it saves it.

Use a ruleset saying something like
From:     store
FromOrTo:       default deliver

and set "Spam Actions" and "High Scoring Spam Actions" to point at it. You
can put all sorts of network definitions in rulesets such as

>My current solution is I forward all SPAM to a mailbox, every 5 minutes GREP
>for my IP, if found then copy it, else delete box.

Julian Field
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