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I've found that if you enable accept mail for invalid local addresses I get lower dictionary harvesting scans. but I find that Merc still create Failure delivery notification which I want to evade.
I've tried to add lines to transflt.mer
R, ''*<username from aliases_1>@<local domain>*'', X, ''Normal user mail ...
For some time now we have been running with
Popfile and Spamhalter in tandem with the server archiving and not
delivering and emails detected as spam by both filters. This has
worked well for us dramatically reducing the number of spams our users
have had to screen. We also run a limited content filter to detect spams
I'm pretty sure I'm having a ''senior moment'' here, as I'm pretty sure I saw, at one time — and even changed — a value that specified how long messages were retained in the IMAP TRASH folder before being purged. Now I can't find it to save my butt, and have even looked all over the fora and the help systems for Mercury and Pegasus.
I'd like for ...
I'm using Mercury with SpamHalter in a test setup.SpamHalter works very well so far and is incredibly accurate.I would like to filter all E-Mails Spamhalter identifies as Spam (via the Header tags) and move them to a second mailbox the user has for his unwanted mail.
This worked fine with mailing lists and global rules, because the mailing ...
I'm trying to come up with a general purpose rule to deal with the 419'ers hiding behind Google mail. Below are the headers from a typical Google spam:
Return-path: <firstname.lastname@example.org>Received: from ag-out-0708.google.com (220.127.116.11) by BKBUSA.COM (Mercury/32 v4.62) with ESMTP ID MG0000AD; 9 Jul 2008 11:03:03 ...
I have a global rule configured as below:
If header ''F'' contains ''Sam@domain.com'' Copy ''Bob''If header ''F'' contains ''Sam@domain.com'' Copy ''Fred''
This works well and Bob & Fred receive copies of emails sent from Sam.
BUT... If Sam adds multiple recipients to his email then Bob & Fred receive multiple copies of the ...
I am trying to test ''Received:'' headers as a basis for filtering in Content Control. So far, this doesn't seem to be working properly.
There are some countries from which I don't want to receive mail. So one example of a line in my content control file is:
if HEADER ''Received'' CONTAINS ''*.ru ([*'' weight 51
The trigger ...
Thomas - Thank you for the reply. I used the header to facilitate testing, so it doesn't really matter. However, I am curious. I want to redirect the message to another user, hence the use of Always Move. If I just let Core deliver the message, it seems that it will just go to the original recipient, which is not what I ...
I am having a problem adding a header to messages, as one of the actions while processing with the global filter.
I am using commands in the following sequence:
Scan list @C:\MERCURY\UserList.txt Goto ...
this is driving me crazy, perhaps I am too tired.
I have a rule somewhere in mercury32 that takes mail coming from a specific address or specific domain and delivers it to multiple users on our system. I need to add another user to this rule but cannot find the rule location!
does not seem to be a general or global filtering rule.