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CPanel Mail filters dont seem to work

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Snowman30, Aug 14, 2005.

  1. Snowman30

    Snowman30 Well-Known Member
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    Ive got a catchall account that i cant set to :fail: which is getting hammered wiht bounces from spam thanks to a spoofer in China having fun with one of my clients domains.

    I want to send all the bounce messages to the trash or whatever as they com in while keeping legitimate email

    Ive setup filters in cpanel:
    Code:
    $header_subject: contains "Delivery Notification: Delivery has failed"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "Returned mail: see transcript for details"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "(no subject)"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "DELIVERY FAILURE"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "Delivery Status Notification (Failure)"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "Delivery failure"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: contains "failure notice"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: is "Delivery Status Notification (Failure)"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: is "Mail could not be delivered"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: is "Returned mail: see transcript for details"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: is "Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender"+++++++/dev/null
    $header_subject: is "failure notice"+++++++/dev/null
    
    however they dont seem to be working, or if they are they are only working occasionally

    anyone know why this would be and how to make them work 10% of the time?
     
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