High Scoring Spam quarantine directory
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Fri May 2 11:52:40 IST 2008
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Michael Mansour wrote:
> I'd like to separate the quarantined spam directory
> for "normal" spam and high scoring spam ie. the
> which contains both normal spam and high scoring spam.
> I'd like to put the high scoring spam in an area of
> it's own.
> Which is the best way to do this? or should I just use
> a default rule to forward all high scoring spam an
> another email address or "archive" for processing.
With the latest stable version, you can store different levels of spam
in any arbitrary directory you like. Check out the new comments just
about "Spam Actions" in MailScanner.conf.
> Get the name you always wanted with the new y7mail email address.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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