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    Posted: 03 December 2009 at 1:31pm

I see there are options to tag the subject or header with Spam, is there a way to tag suspect Spam messages with a SCL: Spam Confidence Level that can be read by Exchange for forwarding messages to the end user's Outlook Spam folder? I get a lot of users complaining that they get messages rejected for one reason or another; I'm thinking it would make sense to loosen up the settings on my gateway but tag the messages so that they will deliver into the user Spam folder in Outlook.



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I'm sorry swaber, but SpamFilter does not currently add SCL headers to emails.
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Is this something that is being looked at? It seems like it would add great value to be able to tag a borderline message with a SCL value that Exchange could then use to deliver it into the user's Outlook Junk Mail folder instead of rejecting it.

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Sounds like a good option. While it's not very often, sometimes we would also like to be able to junk the email and store on user's PC instead of rejecting and potentially losing it. Again, this is a rare case that we miss important emails this way, but still worth the attention.
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