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How filter catchall email account based on recipient address [closed]

// Background info I am building a chrome plugin that forwards private messages from websites to your email and allows your email replies to be returned through the various sites private message ...
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What is the best way to filter this specific message as spam? [migrated]

I use my own rules to filter spam emails. I use Alpine email program. Consider the following header of a recent spam email. What are the best way to write a filter to mark this email as a junk in such ...
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How do I find out what a Spam Custom Rule is?

We use a Barracuda Spam Filter at work, and we also provide a mass emailing program to some of clients that send out newsletters. Lately one of them's been composing his latest company newsletter and ...
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SCL not available for single user

Recently migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 with Edge server. Problem is: All incoming mail for one specific user bypassing Mail Content Agent checks, there is a record from logs: ...
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Users accessing our email when traveling overseas are seeing strange SPAM behavior

I run technology for an international non-profit, so I have users that could be checking their email from Pennsylvania one day, Santo Domingo the next, and Kabul, Afghanistan, the next week. Recently, ...
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Using spamassassin as an external filter for a web forum

Has anyone tried anything like this? My plan is to do something like this: When a forum post is submitted, instead of immediately saving it to the database, send an e-mail to a reserved account. ...
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97% of emails reaching IronPort/Domino are Spam

We have a Domino mail server protected by Iron Port (v7.1.5 I think). Iron Port reports an average 96%-97% of emails are stopped by reputation filtering, and around 3% of emails are clean messages. ...
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I'm hosting reseller and I got spam problems. Please help to solve

Our provider suspended our account with 5000+ clients and their sites. The reason was that the whole IP range was blacklisted by SpamHouse, but our provider did not explain what emails, form what IP ...
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Postfix body_checks regexp expression does not work?

I have a a reject rule inside body_checks parameter written like this: /(\d{3,4},\d{2} EUR)/ REJECT Body Spam Rule 934 This regexp paramater should be ok, at least according to some testing pages ...
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Postfix - forward rejected by unknown recepients emails to SPAM-learning mailbox

I have Postfix + BitDefender FRAMS running as hygiene gateway before few Exchanges. BD FRAMS can learn it's Baesian filter by download SPAM and HAM emails from dedicated mailboxes. Because we have ...
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Exchange 2007 ineffective spam filter

On a pretty clean 2007 setup, I'm seeing A LOT of mail with senders such as 0.0011a7f8@roman htyme@14009d3cb93848c 0-lz@14009d3cb93848c 0-5-1@home-4fd909062d 0-td@h109-187-48-125.dyn.bashtel.ru all ...
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Block spam by using geoip filter?

We are looking for a way to be able to block spam based on geographic location by filtering using geoip. context: we rarely have any email correspondence outside of the USA, so we would like to block ...
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Filter spam emails from being forwarded by exim4

I was studying and searching 2 days about how to configure my exim/spamassassin/clamd configuration. I have the next situation: I have an email a@domain.com redirected to a@gmail.com. Unfortunately, ...
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Hosted Anti-Spam Service vs. Anti-Spam Appliance

We're currently using Content Catcher, a hosted spam solution. For less than what we pay them per year, we could purchase an anti-spam appliance to run in house. From a simple dollar perspective, it ...
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Forwarding spam from gmail to email gateway for anti-spam testing

Is it possible to forward all emails that end up in my gmail spam folder to another email address? We're standing up a new anti-spam email gateway and need to generate some real email for testing ...
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Training a spam filter based on Mailman moderator's actions?

I'm planning a Mailman server, and looking for a good way to enable list moderators train a spam filter (likely to be either spamassassin or dspam). Has anyone come up with a good way to run training ...
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Is there a way to force spam-filter to change their policy or remove them as recognized spam service? [closed]

As per mxtoolbox I got 1 blacklist still active for quite sometime now. UCEPROTECTL1's is running on 7 day policy since last spam mail. This is too strict compared to the 98 other spam filters out ...
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Add a per-domain filter in sieve

How can I set up a per-domain filter in sieve/dovecot? In documentation I can see per-user setting: sieve = ~/.dovecot.sieve, and right now I'm using global filter: sieve_before = ...
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Emails sent per minute and email size, are relevant for spam filters?

I have a server that hosts several websites. Each website has is own newsletter cron. I know that there are more important things (envelope sender, spf record, ecc..) but i would like to know if the ...
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Remove spoofing email notifications

I am using CentOS release 6.5 (Final) with MIMEdefang and I am getting spammed by someone that uses an e-mail spoofer. He sends alot of e-mails from random-user@mydomain to the same ...
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Sieve - Redirect incoming mail for all mailboxes within domain to one specific mailbox

Is it possible to set a global sieve filter to redirect mail to specific mailbox within receiving domain. I understand I can simply point out where I want mail to go in a filter like ...
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Recommended way to implement Postfix 'before-queue' SpamAssassin filtering?

After some discussions with colleagues and the relevant depts. in my office, I have come to the conclusion that for my Postfix server, I must implement a 'before-queue' filtering. The reason is that ...
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How to check why SpamAssasin Bayes filter not working?

I have exim 4.77 with spamassasin 3.4.0 on Debian, I identify spams by myself and send to sa-learn, which seems working. But I have never receive spamscore by Bayes, I check the emails which ...
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GMail sends basic email to spam folder. SPF DKIM ok? [closed]

I am trying to send an email from my server using Mailgun. It's a very basic plain text email but for some reason it is ending up in spam. SPF and DKIM passes. Any ideas? I don't have any clue. This ...
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How to configure email server to send lots of transactional emails

My organization is currently outsourcing email delivery to an SMTP service provider. We're considering bringing that back in house to deliver our own emails. We send about 5k transaction emails per ...
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Installed RBLDNSD for making a custom RBL but something is missing, could you help us?

We have successfully installed RBLDNSD with the idea of having a custom RBL server. Now we have started to make some testing adding some IPs to the our blacklist, and also have configured Exim (Cpanel ...
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How to better block phishing spam due to heartbleed?

I imagine it won't take long for spammers to recognize that Heartbleed is an ideal way to do phishing. I am thinking of ways to mitigate the phishing risk, I mean just this time for the heartbleed ...
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How to send emails and avoid them being classified as spam

This is a canonical question about how to handle email sent from your server being misclassified as spam. For additional information you may find these similar questions helpful: Best ...
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Evaluation of mail server configuration

I have a mail server configured to use DNS real-time blacklists (DNSRBLs), e.g. zen.spamhaus.org, to determine whether delivered email is spam or not. I would like to evaluate my mail server's ...
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Are generic reverse DNS entries acceptable for an outgoing SMTP server?

Our PTR records are managed by our ISP, as our ranges are too small for them to consider delegating to us. So, every time I want to update an entry, I have to email their support team. In an effort ...
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Same email is evaluated as a spam for one user, and regular for the other

I have mail server, with installed spamassassin to filter spam messages. Problem I faced is that at 02h first user received email that is treated as a spam (and is was a real spam, moved to spam ...
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How to edit bad word filter in SpamAssassin?

How can I add several custom "bad" words into SpamAssassin, so emails that contains that words are marked as a spam? UPDATE one of the keys is to edit file /etc/mail/spamassassin, and to add badword ...
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Assistance on why email is being marked as spam [duplicate]

We are trying to send out a mass email for a client of ours through a third party sender and it is always being sent to the spam folder rather than the inbox. I have below the headers from the email. ...
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Transparent AntiSpam solution in ISP scale [closed]

We have and ISP with adsl , broadband etc subscribers (average 10000 online users with 1M of Bandwidth . average ) . Some users infected by spammer viruses which makes our ip address spaces ...
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How to prevent Linux server from spamming?

I installed mail scanner for spam protection, but is there any script for Linux to notify me or email me that some one spaming on my server ?
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How to Block Web Crawler from Downloading File

Is it possible to block web crawler from downloading files (like zip file) in my server? I supposed to create a PHP script using cookies to track visitors specially web crawlers to login/register ...
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Using Spam Assassin as email proxy

I'm looking to setup a Spam Filter Proxy for my clients, not too many mind you, and have it as transparent as possible. I read about SAVASM and Spam Vigilante, and while they are perfect I guess for ...
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Quickly Filtering Blocks of IP Addresses

I had to black list some IPs that were coming from Russia from accessing my site. (Malicious bots kept taking my server down.) I created a text file that I loaded into RAM which contains /8, /16, /32, ...
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How can I prevent my messages from being marked as spam by Gmail? [duplicate]

I'm working on a PHP application. Swift Mailer is used to send messages to clients. Messages are personal (like appointment confirmations with specific dates/times for the receiver), so we're not ...
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What's a good alternative to the Barracuda Spam Appliance? [closed]

Searching for Barracuda alternatives didn't yield much. Can anyone recommend a good spam appliance like Barracuda? I want something that will strip bad stuff out like if I have a .txt attachment ...
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Barracuda Spam Filtering vs. other enterprise level solutions [closed]

I am looking for comparison of enterprise level spam filtering solutions in the context of Barracuda Filtering - pros and cons kind of summary. I did hear a lot of negative noise about Barracuda Spam ...
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How to configure amavisd-new for only scanning on particular senders/servers?

I'd like to know how to configure amavisd-new to only scan for Spam on particular clients (IPs, CIDRs or hostnames) or alternatively sender's email domain. I know that it is possible to do it on a ...
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Are there spam filters that check email headers?

Are there spam filtering technologies that examine email headers? For example; X-PHP-Origin header can contain an IP address that is on a blacklist; are there spam filters that would catch this? I ...
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Blocking unsubscribe spam

I have SpamAssassin turned on and using RBL in the WHM control panel using the lists from spamhaus. However, these type of e-mails are getting in. Are there any ways to stop them? Example of the ...
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How Reverse DNS does what it does

Hopefully this is not a stupid question, but I cannot find a clear cut answer. Can someone please inform me exactly what 'source address' is used in Reverse DNS? Does rDNS pull the IP address from ...
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Allow email from a particular sender through spam filter

We are running exchange 2010 and are using the built in anti-spam feature. We have set up Content Filtering, IP Block List Providers, Sender ID, Sender Reputation and it filters out most of the junk ...
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How often do MXLogic lists get updated?

Some domain refused to accept email from my domain due to MXLogic filtering. I've sent an email to falsepositives@mxlogic.com and they responded promptly that they changed their records. Question: ...
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Where/How Can Spam False Positives Be Reported To MessageLabs?

An email I sent got flagged as spam by MessageLabs on the recipient side. I'd like to proactively engage MessageLabs to tell me more about why this got quarantined (or at least fix it). Is there ...
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DNS: MX listing points to google apps and A listing to my own server. Can I send emails from my own server without being classified as spam?

Linux DNS networking question: If an MX record points to IP address 111.111.111.111 and A record of a domain points to 222.222.222.222, can I still send emails from 222.222.222.222 on the behalf of a ...
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Is there any way to prevent Excel 2007/2010 from including .bin files in saved .xlsx files?

In case anyone isn't aware, the new Office 2007/2010 files are actually a type of archive file. Since deploying some recent (ish) Microsoft updates to our client machines, we've been getting lots of ...