Custom Spam Header
matthias.weigel at maweos.de
Tue Feb 24 13:31:49 CET 2015
actually i have not tested this myself.
Some exchange consultant suggested to set this header, so exchange would
react better on Spam.
The problem with "normal" exchange filtering rules on e.g. X-Spam-Score
is, they run in outlook. This works when outlook is active, but fails
for other mail clients e.g. on iPad, Android, etc. Spams will not be
moved to the Spam-Folder while the user is mobile.
But again: i have not tested this myself.
Am 24.02.2015 um 12:46 schrieb Ralf Hildebrandt:
> * Matthias Weigel <matthias.weigel at maweos.de>:
>> M$ exchange apparently has a built in feature to sort SPAM using a
>> header X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SCL: .
> Are you sure? Looking at the docs I'd say that header merely documents
> how the total spam score was established. Does Exchange REALLY sort
> the mail into the "Spam" Folder based on this header?
> "The anti-spam report is a summary report of the anti-spam filter
> results that have been applied to an email message. The Content Filter
> agent applies this stamp to the message envelope in the form of an
> X-header as follows."
> (oh, actually it's the header, not the envelope...)
More information about the amavis-users