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    Posted: 04 June 2003 at 3:27pm
Hey, is there a way to redirect identified spam mail or mail from known open relays (via dnsrbl) to a given address (a local one, in this case) instead of quarantining locally?
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Not at this moment, no.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Elliot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2003 at 2:40pm
Thanks for the reply. What I've done is to catch all the spam in quarantine for 999 days, then periodically go through and replace the address in the *.rcpt file with my given spam-collector mailbox. Then process the quarantine through, and it works.

In the new version, 1.2.x, with the database-quarantine, will I be able to do anything similar to this?

Thanks for your help, this is a great product and I'm hoping we can make it work for our environment.
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Or, and this is more of a wish-list type of post, is there any plan to offer subject-line insertion for spam? like adding [SPAM] (or a selectable string) to the subject line after checking RBL. Thanks.
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Gregor,

I'm not sure of what your process is right now, so can't really tell... What we can tell is that the new version (you can download a beta from the website) stores the message content in a table, and the various date, from, to, subject fileds in a separate, related, table. If you process can read from a database, then most likely it can adapt.

Note that being in a database, it's fairly easy to issue a query that will change all the various TO addresses to the one single local given address you asked for at the beginning. You can then, always via the database, trigger a DB field that will cause SpamFilter to deliver the email to that address.

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Not currently, but if there is great demand for it yes, we can.

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