Kmail spam filtering - Help
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Fri Nov 24 21:32:48 GMT 2006
I noticed that the filter supports regular expressions but unless I can
identify tags for certain elements of the email eg to, from, subject, content
etc I don't see how they can be used effectively. I did notice the address
book option and also that there isn't and adequate help file on the whole
subject. So me original question still stands.
> Is the mail from somebody in my address book?
> Is the mail addressed to one of my accounts ? (Some aren't)
> Is the mail from somebody in a domain or who has a name that I known sends
> The vast bulk of the rest could be spotted with a simple sentence and or
> word check. Firstly in the subject and then in the content.
They may sound simple but certain of my accounts should only receive mail from
a few sources. Spammers - usually with and attached gif etc are well versed
in getting round content learning spam filters.
On Friday 24 November 2006 21:51, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Friday 24 November 2006 18:55, John wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm having something of a spam problem and have looked around to see what
> > can be used with kmail. All I can find are adaptive filters which will
> > not do what I want. I need some simple rules such as
> > Is the mail from somebody in my address book?
> One of the filter options in KMails filter setup
> > Is the mail addressed to one of my accounts ? (Some aren't)
> "contains" or "is equal" option
> > Is the mail from somebody in a domain or who has a name that I known
> > sends spam?
> "contains" or "is equal" optin
> You can also match for regular expression.
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