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Post.Office : Advanced SetUp : Spam/SMTP Message Filters back to FAQ
Question:How can I make message filters for SPAM?
Answer:

In the System Config area, under "Configure an SMTP Filter" you can set limits on message delivery.

SMTP filtering provides for rule-based specification of filters that are applied to messages as they are received. Filters may contain multi-faceted triggering based on a combination of source, destination, subject or message body contents. When a filter matches the contents of a message, one or more elements in a series of actions is invoked. Actions include message discard with logging, message forwarding to an alternate address and copying of a message with delivery.

Filters are constructed using standard UNIX regular expression processing, or by simply using keywords. This makes Post.Office SPAM filtering extremely powerful.

For detailed documentation on regular expressions there are many resources on the web:

http://www.grymoire.com/Unix/Regular.html

http://www.ciser.cornell.edu/info/regex.html

http://www.cs.uidaho.edu/~heckendo/CS310/regex.html

Note: Not all functions in those documents are supported.

last updated 10.03.2003
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