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Old 11th January 2011, 15:10
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Default Help Too much SPAM!!

Help! I'm overwhelmed!

With ISPConfig 2 I had no worries and with version 3, I'm open to any SPAM.

Here's my setup:


Curl virus = no
SPAM = No coil
Banned files = No coil
Bad header = No coil
= No bypass virus checks
Bypass banned check = no
Bypass = No header checks

Tag Level

SPAM tag level = 2
SPAM tag2 level = 4
SPAM kill level = 3
SPAM dsn cutoff level = 0
SPAM quarantine cutoff level = 0
SPAM modified subject = Yes
Spam subject tag =**** Mail check ****
This subject tag2 =*** SPAM SPAM **

Is that the configuration is correct? How do we ensure that we refuse to distribute the spam email?
In ISPConfig2 could totally reject Spam! Under ISPConfig3 this is the case too?
That means the order of 1 to Priority 10 in Spamfilter -> Users / User-Domain?

Thank you for your reply.

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