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What are the requirements for systems to install it?
Hi All, Im new here and have some problems wyth installation of Mercury 4.73. Well I'm getting lot of inn connections from spammer strying to send mail by my mailserver or something like that? I got some time my IP bloced, they sad I send lot of spam but, I didn't used the Mercury Yet just installed it. Could it be that some out connections send ...
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 would like to write a global rule which is more complex than the interface allows; I can see from examples posted on the Forum that complex rules are possible, but I can't find anywhere that describes the syntax.
My problem is this: I'm running Mercury 4.72 with SpanHalter. Occasionally, Spamhalter comes up with a false positive on mail from ...
I've been using Mercury for a while now and have never really found time to play with the content control and filtering abilities. After a recent influx of spam I decided now was the time to have a go.
I am trying to create a rule that will delete any message that is addressed to two particular recipients. The reason for ...
I have been using Mercury now for some time to relay my domain accounts and it has been working very well but today my account has been going crazy - I think someone has been relaying spam through Mercury, maybe, I don't know.
I have Mercury S, C and I modules installed and am relaying the mail through my ISP, Virginmedia. It says I have ...
Hi folks , i got an issue with an spammer / scammer again i just dont have a clue how he could spoof the right credentials ...
heres a session log , maybe someone can gimme a hint , i tried to decrypt the md5 pass and username but no success ...
i use dns blacklists , not permitting relay from non local , auth users can relay and spamhalter with ...
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
Today we received some spam which came in from an address that is in a banned range.
MercuryS SMTP Server's connection control is set up so that 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 is refused. The only address ranges allowed are those which are used by MessageLabs and a single address for a separate domain. None of the allowed address ranges ...
I've recently noticed that some of the Spam emails I'm receiving have the Delivery-Notification-To header set which causes Mercury to send a delivery notification and hence informing somebody (the spammer?) that the email account is active. As I believe that the it is not mandatory to respond to the Delivery-Notification ...