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  1. #1
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    Default Drop Incoming SPAM

    Is there a way to drop incoming SPAM messages, all the messages that are SPAM are being marked, I also configured the Custom SPAM black/white list:
    http://forums.untangle.com/hacks/147...hite-list.html
    witch is working great, but all the incoming messages are just being marked, I would like to drop some messages, is this possible?

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    The option "Drop Super Spam" along with the "Super Spam Threshold" should accomplish what you are trying to do. It will drop anything over the score that you specify.

    You can also set the action to drop which will drop ALL messages UT thinks is SPAM.
    Last edited by dbunyard; 04-06-2010 at 12:27 PM.
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    here a screen shot of the configuration for the Spam Blocker, but still all incoming messages are being marked

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    Untangle Ninja dbunyard's Avatar
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    You know what, that was my bad. It will only start dropping Super Spam if the action is set to quarantine. In theory, you should be able to get around this by setting it as such then making it so there are no quarantinable addresses. Then it will either mark, or drop them.
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    Hi,

    I think that it is POP3 Traffic and then you can only mark or pass.
    It is only with SMTP that you can DROP.

    So configure a rule in your mail client to move all [SPAM] mail to the trash :P

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    I have the rule configured, i just wanted to see if there was a way, that untangle could blocked this messages, that is why i used black/white list script, because i thought those messages would not get trow untangle.
    So i guess i will have to live with the rule on the email cliente

    Thanks

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    As Webfool has remarked, POP3 antispam dont have this feature, only SMTP.

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