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{Definitely Spam?} {Filename?}

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  1. whyoffice

    whyoffice Active Member

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    Hi
    I have mailscanner/clamav/spamassasin on my server, I need that all the email that now arrive to the email in this server with in the object {Definitely Spam?} {Filename?} must be deleted by the server and not delivery to the clients, what I must do?
    Thanks to all.
     
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    You need to look into setting up rulesets to delete high scoring spam and/or viruses. A search on the forums should kick up a few posts of mine on the subject.

    If you use my MailScanner installer it automatically creates those rulesets for you to simply edit:
    http://www.configserver.com/free/mailscanner.html
     
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    I use your mailscanner installer but I need to undesand wich file I must setup to change te rules.
     
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    To delete Definitely Spam (which is high scoring spam) you should change the word "deliver" to "delete" in the ruleset:

    /usr/mailscanner/etc/rules/spamhigh.action.rules

    Do delete infected files, change "yes" to "no" (usually already is) in:

    /usr/mailscanner/etc/rules/virus.delivery.rules

    Then reload MailScanner

    service MailScanner reload
     
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