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    Posted: 24 April 2007 at 5:08am

Hey,

we are using version 3.1.3.599 and I would like to know if spam e-mails can be forwarded to a separate e-mail address.

Example:

Mail from xy@verizon.net is Spam.

xy@verizion.net will be forwarded to spam@server.com

Unfortunately, the Quarantine DB on ACCESS stores only the header of the message and the reason for rejecting. I would like to store the whole message.

Thanks or your support.

Dclg
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DCLG,

The MS Access database DOES store the entire message.  Headers and reject reason are stored in tblQuarantine, Look in tblMsgs for the text of the message.

Look for "DestSMTPServerForSPAM=" in the spamfilter.ini file to specify an alternate server for Spam.

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Thanks for the quick answer but how can i send the E-Mails to alternate server.
Example:
DestSMTPServerForSPAM=192.168.255.15:25

Is this right?

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Please see the following excerpt from the help file:

Local Domains - SpamFilter will only deliver email to the domains listed here. Wildcards (* and ?, same rules as DOS wildcards) are allowed. You can also use Regular Expressions (RegEx). If the domain in the  RCPT TO email address is listed as a local domain, then the recipient is accepted. This is done to prevent spammers to use SpamFilter to relay email to third party email addresses/servers. It is very important to add your own domains to the local domain list. If not, you will not be able to receive email. If you need to have any domain listed here forward its destination email to a different server than the default destination server, you can specify so here. You can override the default destination server by appending the forwarding mail server and port to any domain in this list. The syntax should be as follows:
 
DomainName:DestinationServer:DestinationPort - ex. logsat.com:mail.netwide.net:25

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