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User Configurable Spam Filter

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hci, May 8, 2004.

  1. hci

    hci Registered

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    I just wandered if its possible to allow a email account user to log into webmail or something similiar and change there own Spam filter settings instead of bugging an admin to do it? It would be nice if they could turn the Spam filter completely off or on and possibly could view there quarantine folder which is not downloaded via pop3.

    Being a small ISP I just want some of the bells and whistles the big ISPs have. Does Cpanel have anything like this? If not do any of the other Webgui's like Cpanel have anything like this?

    Matt
     
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    If you have Horde email enabled in your Cpanel then your Email users will be able to use the horde email filters.
     
  3. hci

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    Since the mail filters are only applied when the user logs into there webmail/horde account this is totally useless for a user who uses pop3. Unless you know of a way to apply the filters without having the user log into horde?

    Matt
     
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    I FEEL YOUR PAIN!
    i get stupid "Buy Viagra" emails everyday
     
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    bamasbest Well-Known Member

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    Have you looked at spamassassin?
     
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