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  • Re: Content Control/Filtering rules on BCC

    You could probably use Mercury's SMTP transaction filtering and two rules like: R, ''**'', B, ''553 - Rejected: SPAM'' R, ''**'', B, ''553 - Rejected: SPAM'' Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Spam-Fighting (Forum) by tBB on January 7, 2011
  • Re: idiot sheet?

    p1rat3:i can hack into 99% of anyone's pc....keylog ppl....program in several different languages but cant set up a f'n email server ROFL...yeah, even god would admit that you're fvcking l33t...if you only would understand that damn mailserver. Of course, ppl like you with godlike skillz don't bother to use wikipedia, let alone Google. Oh ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on July 22, 2010
  • Re: clamwall installation: which source for clamav?

    The server is up again since a few days. I'm currently in Australia therefore it took me a while to get it fixed.Sorry for the inconvenience! Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on February 15, 2010
  • Re: daemons

    vmgracia:I'm looking for some example on visual c++ to learn how i can add a header on every outgoing message. You might want to look at You have to sign up at codeproject to download the sources but in the thread at the bottom of the page a apparently bugfixed package is offered (haven't tried ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on December 24, 2009
  • Re: Not accepting mail for a domain by Transaction Filter

    You have to return a 5xx error in the response, otherwise the delivering MX will (well, should) retry. For your purpose 521 seems to be appropriate: 521 [domain] does not accept mail (see rfc1846) Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on September 28, 2009
  • Re: Mercury and dealing with Spam

    If you use ClamAV (ClamWall) you could have a look at the third party signatures which are highly effective against spam. See Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on August 23, 2009
  • Re: Cyrillic SPAM control

    Gordon, you can bet on it that I've tried long enough before stating in the public that Mercury is unable to detect something. Besides, the subject of the mail you've posted contains ''koi8-r'' and thus shoud have been well caught by the rules I've posted above. Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on August 17, 2009
  • Re: ClamWall - ClamD closing and reopening with Merc32 4.72

    You've mentioned that you upgraded ClamWall but have you also updated ClamAV to the current version (0.95.2)? If not you have to enable the legacy protocol support in ClamWall otherwise it can't connect to ClamD. Best regards, Nico
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on August 14, 2009
  • Re: Cyrillic SPAM control

    GordonM:Nico - Adding the rulles that you suggested seems to make a significant difference.  However, there are still some ''Content-Type'' headers not being detected. The charset is not on the same line as the ''Content-Type'' header ... there is a newline character plus a tab between them. Have you seen this as well?   Yes, for some reason ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on August 13, 2009
  • Re: Cyrillic SPAM control

    Checking the Content-Type header alone doesn't help much. The following CC rules hit on Japanese, Russian and Chinese encodings:   # Content-Type IF HEADER ''Content-Type'' MATCHES ''/b*charset*iso-2022-jp*'' WEIGHT 101IF HEADER ''Content-Type'' MATCHES ''/b*charset*koi8-*'' WEIGHT 101IF HEADER ''Content-Type'' MATCHES ''/b*windows-1251*'' ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by tBB on August 11, 2009
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