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  • Blacklist Doesn't Seem to Work

    As a result of suggestions I've received to deal with other problems I'm having with Pegasus, I've taken some of the new mail filtering that I was doing and I have put it in Content Control.  Right now I am only using the Blacklist and Whitelist features in the content control definition.  I have taken the email addresses that I used to ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by HTR on November 17, 2017
  • Content Control hangs

    I have only content control enabled.  Periodically it hangs, typically after it has detected a message to be moved to the junk folder.  Have tried changing the number of bytes to scan -- if around 2000, it doesn't hang but also doesn't pick up addresses that are in the blacklist.  If around 3000 or greater, hangs. The offending ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by rwears on July 30, 2013
  • Bug 1: Content Control - EOM?

    I suspect that Content Control has a bug in scanning the last byte of the inbound message. I will furnish the entire rules list upon request. The applicable rules are: IF BODY  MATCHES ''*http*.ru''       WEIGHT 35 TAG ''nRussia''IF BODY  MATCHES ''*http*.ru[/ ]*'' WEIGHT 55 TAG ''Russia'' The inbound ...
    Posted to Mercury Suggestions (Forum) by mah0110 on April 27, 2012
  • Multiple diagnostic headers with multiple content control sets

    Hello, we suggest adding a message several head entries of the type X-CC-Diagnostic with several content control sets the option ''Add a diagnostic header'' is selected. With X-UC-Weight and X-AC-Weight further the head entries from the proceeding rule should be overwritten. Best Regards, Torsten
    Posted to Mercury Suggestions (Forum) by TMuecker on March 3, 2010
  • Content Control multiple definitions - bug?

    Hello.  I'm a long time user of Pegasus as a simple POP3 client on a single computer.  Now on v. 4.31.  I just discovered a content control issue that is either a bug or an implementation I don't understand.  I created two active content control definitions (because I want each to produce a different action.  No error in ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by Rondo on March 2, 2009
  • Selective mail download: Integrate spam and POP3 filtering

    Suggestions for improved Selective mail download. Changes to the User interface:Add a Spam checkbox for each email in the listAdd a Mark as spam  button to toggle this checkbox for selected messagesAdd keyboard accelerators to the four Mark... buttons and the Make it so buttonAdd options to hide spam messages or to display them last in the ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Suggestions (Forum) by pmerik on April 26, 2008
  • Content control from external editor

    Hi, I have been working with building content control from an external editor as the existing file, when edited, quickly is bigger than the 32kb.  I had been having difficulties with not getting filter lines to work, lots of problems and frustration.  Then I finally discovered that with an external editor for the spambust.dat file ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by billinghurst on February 11, 2008
  • Have SpamHalter train on all messages moved to the Junk folder

    [Background, problems]SpamHalter (in Pegasus 4.41) doesn't learn from Content Control's decisions, as shown in headers and the ''Explain classification'' dialog box. SH training is not triggered when CC moves a message to the Junk folder, in contrast to when a message is ''Quick Moved'', drag/dropped or moved there by a general filtering ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Suggestions (Forum) by pmerik on February 7, 2008
  • Re: Using SpamHalter and Content Control in concert

    Thomas R. Stephenson:I'm catching 99.77% of the spam right now with Bayesian filtering using POPFile.  Not too sure it's worth all that much effort to use CC ( I have one entry in the CC file) at all to catch the 0.13% that get through the Bayesian  filtering.  In looking at Spamhalter on the same system it's getting well over 99% ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by pmerik on February 7, 2008
  • Re: Content Control definitions and rule files

    pmerik:I suggest that Content Control should accumulate weights from all rule sets. Possibly as an option with an associated threshold, in addition to the per file thresholds. Rationale: Content Control is a valuable spam fighting tool because it can catch tricks that would fool Bayesian filters, e.g concatenation like ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Suggestions (Forum) by billinghurst on February 5, 2008
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