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T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e Connection from 22.214.171.124T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e GET / HTTP/1.0T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e T 20120626 113135 4fe5770e Connection closed with 126.96.36.199, 4 sec. elapsed. If I add:H, ''GET*'', DSto transflt.mer will that stop this kind of transaction quicker? because there is no HELO greeting so I am ...
Is there a filtering rule that I can create to only send email to a specific email address between a certain amount of time?
I have a huge RULES.MER file.
And it will increase in size because I use it to eliminate SPAM and SPAM is increasing and increasing and increasing and ...
I now that this may not be the better way to manage SPAM but tom it works. I use SpamHalter in conjunction with the rules and I am happy with the solution.
But from some time ...
I had a situation recently where Mercury/32 was rejecting messages based on the transaction filtering available under the MercuryS compliance section. The default TRANSFLT.MER file was enabled and was rejecting connections (S, ''*for job*'', BS, ''554 Possibly employment spam - please change and re-send.''), for no good reason that I ...
I'm playing with global rulesatm, specifically printing. I found this thread from back in 2008 which talks about printing attachments, but I'm more concerned with non-plain-text emails.Is there any way for mercury to nicely print HTML emails? If not i've planned a script to run instead which will go something like this:called by ...
I'm using Mercury/32 4.72 on Windows 2008 Enterprise. I'm only using MercuryS and MercuryC as all I want is an SMTP relay. I have *no* users outside of the required Admin and there are only two email addresses that matter.
I set up an outgoing filter to forward all messages with ''firstname.lastname@example.org'' in the ''To'' header (exact ...
we want to generate a automatic whitelist from all external recipients, to whom local users send emails. With further filter rules it would be possible to exclude local users from whitelist, whose email addresses are often used from spammers.
Therefore a filter action would be useful: Recipients AddToList ''''
Also a new ...
Okay, NOW things get a bit more clear, I misread the Move...
New rules file limited to:
Mercury Global RulesIf header ''T'' contains ''sandya'' Copy ''sandya''If size > 1000000 SkipNext ''''If header ''F'' contains ''*'' Forward ''email@example.com''
And indeed forward works. However not everything under control yet, far from that - ...
Okay, goofing a bit again, part of the learning curve...
The global filtering rules I try not to use solely for distributing to the correct PC/mailbox but also for auto-forward to webmail, handy during office hours.
Basically 2 rules:
a) If size > 1 M then skip next rule
b) If To-header contains * then forward to ...
I am using Mercury/32 v4.6 and PopFile Control Center to filter our mail
I have a local user that I have tried to eliminate all incoming mail - so far it hasn't worked - I have deleted the address using manage local users
I also went to Configuration / Mercury SMTP Server / General and made sure that ''Accept mail for invalid local ...