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content filtering - 2.Mar.2011 2:48:28 PM   


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exchange 2010. we are trying to block emails containing certain key words. now when i enabled content fitering and put in the words to be blocked, the messages are still going through except i am just getting a message that this message contains a filter key word. i think this has to do with the spam confidence level, is there a way of attaching a SCL to a key word, say if i don't want an email containing the word marriage i attach SCL to marriage to 5 or higher so that any message containg that word is blocked.
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RE: content filtering - 21.Sep.2011 9:24:05 AM   


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Is there a way to bypass the Sonicwall for the systems that need continual access? I'm guessing these new systems won't be someone's workstation, so there shouldn't be an issue there. I'm not sure on your layout but could you run a second nic around the firewall (as opposed to through) for the necessary hardware and configure them on the back end to use that port instead of the other one?

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RE: content filtering - 19.Oct.2011 5:56:06 PM   


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Spam seeks to fill your mailbox, and poorly targeted content filtering, in attempting to prevent the spam from passing through your mail server

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RE: content filtering - 26.Oct.2011 6:10:41 AM   


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If I type "install-AntispamAgents.ps1" in the power shell the other 5 agents report true but: Content Filter Agent False 12. How can I troubleshoot

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RE: content filtering - 23.Jul.2012 7:43:24 AM   


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Try some content filtering tool,
DansGuardian (Cross Platform, Free)
K9 (Windows/Mac, Free)
OpenDNS (Cross Platform, Free)
SquidGuard/Squid (Linux, Free)
Hosts File (Cross Platform, Free)

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