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Old 26th October 2005, 11:27
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I have a prob, with the antispam server1.pictographic.be, because when I put it in "High Threshold", I receive more Spam, like front, am this normal, am necessary it to configure how the antispam then, so that I do not receive any more these messages of shit...

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Old 26th October 2005, 11:37
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Hello with all

I have a prob, with the antispam server1.pictographic.be, because when I put it in "High Threshold", I receive more Spam, like front, am this normal, am necessary it to configure how the antispam then, so that I do not receive any more these messages of shit...

MM
Thats normal. You have to lower the treshold to receive less spam.

Spamassassin works this way:

1) Many tests are run on every email to detect if it is spam.
2) Every test has a score, if the test is positive the score of this test is added to the score of the message.
3) You will get a resulting score from e.g. 1.5 + 2 + 1 = 4.5
4) If your spam treshold in ISPConfig is equal or below 4.5 the message is handled as spam.
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