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For example, I have a user level filtering rule that states if an incoming messages contains a certain name that that message should be deleted. Running a test on the rule w/ a sample shows that the rule is working.
However, the message is never deleted; it's just marked as spam by Spamassassin. This suggests that messages hit Spamassassin before they make it to User Level Filtering and, further, that messages marked as spam (and, thus, moved to my spam folder) are never subsequently run through my User Level Filtering Rules.
But then I see the occasional message show up in Boxtrapper that has the ***SPAM*** tag at the beginning of the subject line (but it's rare).
Can somebody explain to me this ordr of precedence?
The remote server would not or could not accept the message.
Looks like it's spamcop.
I followed the steps outlined in the cPanel Interface Help.
I'll post it below for anyone that isn't familiar with it.
Sorting spam with your email client
This is the preferred method of sorting and deleting spam messages. With SpamBox disabled, you can configure SpamAssassin to mark your email with an identifying subject (such as +++SPAM+++), which can then be used to filter each message into an appropriate location.
To do this, you must directly edit the SpamAssassin configuration file on the server, if your web host allows this. Its location is: /home/example/.spamassassin/user_prefs (where “example” stands for your cPanel username). Within this file, you must add a line formatted like this:
rewrite_header Subject +++SPAM(SCORE)+++
This will cause the subject line of a message marked as spam with a score of 6 to begin with +++SPAM(6)+++
You can then use cPanel’s Account Level Filtering feature to reroute messages based on their spam scores, as you desire.
What I hope will happen is that any Spam for all the users with a score of 5 or more will be delivered to the IT email "Junk" folder. Anything that has a score of less than 5 will be delivered into each individual "Spam" folder.
Then I thought, wait, which action has priority? If the Account Level Filter takes priority, then it should work like I want it to. But if the SpamBox setting takes priority, then ALL spam will be moved into each user's Spam folder therefore never reaching the Account Level Filter.
Does anyone know the answer to this?
Next I go to "edit white/black/ignore" then select any of the three ( white list, blacklist , or ignore list) I get the message "server not able to find document"
I have above page, but quite often, receiving spam via inmotionhosting.com, just wondering where they from, how to prevent them.
The following is a example email,
7:26 AM (14 hours ago)
First name: fqAwnhjPecxlBmDg
Last name: snpXZeJFxJK
Comments: Your cash is being counted lexapro online canada claims and some medical supply claims electronically on behalf of PSHCP plan members.
where can i find and how can i remove these malicious urls? and how can i prevent them from recurring?
thanks for your help!
I THINK details of how to do this can be found here: http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.1.x/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Conf.html#basic_message_tagging_options
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