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Can't block tld domain using custom rules spam filter [message #152360] Wed, 03 August 2022 13:16 Go to next message
Selfish is currently offline  Selfish
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I'm receiving spam from a tld domain and I want to block it. Created 2 rules but it seems that it doesn't work as supposed to, because today I received again messages from that tld domain. How to solve this issue ?

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Re: Can't block tld domain using custom rules spam filter [message #152362 is a reply to message #152360] Wed, 03 August 2022 13:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mzaidi is currently offline  mzaidi
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Thank you for your message. For further assistance regarding the issue, please reach out to the Kerio Connect Technical support team by creating the support ticket on the Kerio connect support portal: https://support.kerioconnect.gfi.com/
Re: Can't block tld domain using custom rules spam filter [message #152363 is a reply to message #152360] Wed, 03 August 2022 14:37 Go to previous message
freakinvibe is currently offline  freakinvibe
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That works for me, for example, if you want to block all mails with a sender from TLD .xyz you have to create the following rule:

Description: .xyz Spam
Condition: Mail Header
Header: From
Type: Contains Domain
Content: *.xyz
Action: Treat the message as Spam and reject it



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