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Tag all good email

Printed From: LogSat Software
Category: Spam Filter ISP
Forum Name: Spam Filter ISP Support
Forum Description: General support for Spam Filter ISP
Printed Date: 24 March 2018 at 12:17am

Topic: Tag all good email
Posted By: AndrewD
Subject: Tag all good email
Date Posted: 23 November 2009 at 7:53pm
is it possible to tag all good/delivered email?
What i want to do is add a tag line that says that this was scanned, and then a custom line that adds in an option to report the sender or domain as spam, this would then link to an asp page and pass the senders name (or domain) and the recipients address which would update the sql backend blacklist.

Posted By: LogSat
Date Posted: 23 November 2009 at 10:56pm

When SpamFilter processes an email, it will always add the following headers:

X-Server: LogSat Software SMTP Server

X-SF-RX-Return-Path: <>



in addition to a "Received" header similar to the following:

Received: from by (LogSat Software SMTP Server); Mon, 23 Nov 2009 17:28:42 -0500

The presence of any of these headers will indicate that the email was filtered by SpamFilter.
The entry above in bold shows where SpamFilter will log the sender's email address - this is the "true" sender, also known as the "envelope" email address, as specified in the MAIL FROM smtp command.
Please note that SpamFilter will never log what email addresses the mail is sent to, as this would render visible any BCC (blind carbon-copies) email addresses that may be specified in an email.

Roberto Franceschetti" rel="nofollow - LogSat Software" rel="nofollow - Spam Filter ISP

Posted By: yapadu
Date Posted: 23 November 2009 at 11:07pm
I think he is talking about added a text footer at the bottom of the email, saying that spamfilter processed it.

Not something that can currently be done.

Posted By: AndrewD
Date Posted: 24 November 2009 at 12:17am
That is correct, what i was thinking is adding a footer to every message saying
"Checked by spamfilter ISP"
this way an end user can easily see if the message came from the spamfilter or bypassed it by addressing their mail server directly (if they are not using port shifting). End users are hard enought to deal with without getting them to delve into headers ;)
also my thought was i could add a couple of extra lines like.
"This message was sent to %recipient% from %sender%"
this would obviously require the use of some fields

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