prevent to forward Junk

Jens
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prevent to forward Junk

Postby Jens » Sun Oct 29, 2006 2:31 pm

Hello,
i use an external spamchecker. it inserts a tag (X-ME-Content: Deliver-To=Junk).

Mailenable is configured to move them automatically to the Junk folder. This works verry well. Thanks.

Now i want to redirect this mailbox. Of course i dont want to redirect junk, only inbox.

But mailenable also redirect all junk. How to prevent junk-folder from redirecting?

TIA

Greetings from germany
Jens

Jens
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Postby Jens » Wed Nov 01, 2006 8:26 am

Hello again,
just noticed, that i have a similiar problem with autoresponders.

i want to respond to all mails in my inbox, but it responds also to all spam in junkfolder .

How to prevent this?

Greetings from germany
Jens

PS: My english is verry bad. if you dont understand my problem, then please ask.

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Postby MailEnable-Ben » Thu Nov 09, 2006 5:01 am

Hi, at present the POC which deals with the auto responder and redirections does not know that the message is destined for a particular mailbox folder ie Inbox, Junk-Email at the time when the action is completed. There is a possible way for it to check by searching the header for the extra line that is added by the MTA or SMTP connectors to force the delivery of the message to the Junk E-mail folder, I have added a possible change for this in the issue register.
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Jens
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Postby Jens » Sun Nov 12, 2006 8:19 pm

Thank you very much.
Jens

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Postby MailEnable-Ben » Sun Nov 12, 2006 11:07 pm

Maybe you could try this in the mean time:

Filter

Criteria
Where the message is FROM (mailbox address)
AND
Where the connector is Post Office
AND
Where the header contains SPAM string

Then
Quarantine and Delete message.
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Postby whgpjay » Thu Apr 12, 2007 4:34 am

Ben, any update on this in the issue register? I have several customers that are having problems with either spam being redirected or auto responders going out to all spammers & them getting a ton of delivery failures as a result.

I did try using your script as a temporary workaround, but it doesn't seem to be triggering for some reason:

Code: Select all

If (CriteriaMet([ME_FROM],"*domain1.com*") Or _
  CriteriaMet([ME_FROM],"*domain2.net*")) And _
  CriteriaMet([ME_HEADERS_CONTAIN],"X-ME-Content: Deliver-To=Junk") And _
  CriteriaMet([ME_CONNECTOR],"POPC") Then
    FilterResult=1
End If

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Postby MailEnable-Ben » Wed Apr 18, 2007 4:35 am

Hi,
There are two registry settings that can help with this the links are below;

http://www.mailenable.com/kb/viewarticl ... 020481.htm

http://www.mailenable.com/kb/viewarticl ... 020480.htm
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Postby SkullCo » Tue Jun 17, 2008 8:28 pm

I'm running Professional edition v3.14. I tried the registry entries listed above, but I don't seem to be having any luck. Does this just address messages with the 'Deliver-to=junk' header, or should this work with the high, medium, and low scores as well?

What I would really like to be able to do is this:

If a user is redirecting mail and not retaining a copy in the inbox, then any mail marked with 'Deliver-to=junk' or with a 'me-spam' rating of high, medium, or low would just get deleted.

If a user is redirecting mail AND retaining a copy, I'd like to have the junk mail (with either the 'deliver to' or 'me-spam' ratings other than 'no') directed to their junk mail folder as usual per their webmail settings, but not forwarded.

Is this possible? I'm trying to play with the advanced scriptiing, but I'm afraid I haven't quite grasped it, and I am unsure of where the scripts are evaluated in the flow of messages into and out of the server.

Does anyone have any recommendations on how this could be done?

VFSKeith
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Re: prevent to forward Junk

Postby VFSKeith » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:24 pm

Bump :D

Over 9 years later, I'm having this issue.

I have tried the registry keys mentioned and still see mail marked as X-ME-Content: Deliver-To=Junk getting forwarded out for users who simply forward their email. I would love to stop this spam from leaving the MailEnable server.
Thank You,

Keith Damron
VF

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