boat_broker hat geschrieben:However, I often get spam passed through with the word "Stock" in the subject line.
michel hat geschrieben:The subject line will also be checked.
boat_broker hat geschrieben:I noticed that the recommended pluggin settings are Stop filtering when spam is found and Stop filtering process when non-spam is found (1 B). However, as you’ll notice, I have set most to continue to the next filter when non-spam is found. I believe this should weed out spam better. Am I right?
Suggested filter sequence and settings:boat_broker hat geschrieben:I have added my filters below and how I have them set. If you read this and notice a problem please comment.
Please try again later, because it's a very powerful filter.boat_broker hat geschrieben:I’ve tried repeatedly to load the Hercule filter but my computer doesn’t seem to want to down load it.
If you didn't check the regex box, I can't understand the reason. IMHO you don't need to definne 99%, just keep 100%. I don't know if Spamihilator works well with 99%.boat_broker hat geschrieben:I have the spam word “stock” set at 100%. The sensitivity set to medium aggressiveness and 99%.
that's not true, you are comprehending very fast, so that I can't follow furthermore.boat_broker hat geschrieben:Sorry I don’t seem to be grasping this quickly.
This has been done (in the beginning) by BillyX, whose server isn't reachable since months, unfortunately. Perhaps we can acquire somebody else to install this again. Your idea is quite more complete. I hope Michel Krämer will read this.boat_broker hat geschrieben:Would it be possible to develop a data base on the WEB which would include two sample e-mails for each filter?
This is the deciding point, I guess.boat_broker hat geschrieben:It seldom kicks out any non-spam.
boat_broker hat geschrieben:I'm maxed out now. I'll probably try to digest and return. Have a good weekend.
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