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Old 8th November 2006, 14:05
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Default Ispconfig and spam

is it possible to bounce spam????

now its only renaming the spam.

i want to bounce it?
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Old 8th November 2006, 14:10
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Yes you can,

Within ISPConfig, goto the user & email tab of your website.
Then click on the Spam & antivirus tab.

Activate spamfilter for that mailbox and click on discard.
Now spam will be blocked for that mailbox.
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Old 14th November 2006, 20:43
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oke that is working

but i get stil al lot of spam

can i use a automatic blacklist to disable the last spam??
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when you have postfix you can run postgrey
see more here

http://howtoforge.de/greylisting_postfix_postgrey

works so good
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can i use a automatic blacklist to disable the last spam??
Have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...47&postcount=2
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Old 21st December 2006, 16:32
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there is olso a rating system from 1 to 9

how is that working before i use somthing else or a name then i can goolge

and that postgrey is that auto updating or use spam serverlist??

can you help me
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The ratings are spamassasin ratings. Postgrey is a greylisting daemon, greylisting is neither server list based nor does it need any automatic updates. Greylisting denies incoming emails for some minutes and most spam senders wont retry to send the email.
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Old 21st December 2006, 17:09
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The ratings are spamassasin ratings. Postgrey is a greylisting daemon, greylisting is neither server list based nor does it need any automatic updates. Greylisting denies incoming emails for some minutes and most spam senders wont retry to send the email.
oke but how can i use it 1= lot of spam and 9 = nothing or??

what can i use to disable spam??

sorry for my english
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oke but how can i use it 1= lot of spam and 9 = nothing or??
If you use 1, it means that a lot of emails will be tagged as spam, probably you will also have false positives (emails that aren't spam get tagged as spam). 9 means that only the worst spam messages will be tagged as spam, but a lot of spam will get through.
I think you should use a value of 4 or 5, I have good experiences with that.
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If you use 1, it means that a lot of emails will be tagged as spam, probably you will also have false positives (emails that aren't spam get tagged as spam). 9 means that only the worst spam messages will be tagged as spam, but a lot of spam will get through.
I think you should use a value of 4 or 5, I have good experiences with that.
ok i will try that thanks
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