Spam detection is performed by the Anti-spam component which analyses the contents of email messages and defines whether it is spam or not according to the spam-rate value summed up from various criteria. The spam message is assigned to a certain category according to how likely it is that the message contains spam: Certainly spam, Probably spam or Unlikely spam. For each category you can specify a certain action.
To configure the Anti-spam operation
1.Make sure that your version of the program includes the Anti-spam component.
2.Select the profile in the hierarchical menu and open the subsection.
3.By default, the Anti-spam component is enabled. If it is not, select the check box at the top of the frame.
4.If you want a prefix to be added to the spam message subject, select the check box. You can change the prefix in the field ([SPAM] by default).
5.Besides adding a prefix to the subject, you can specify actions for various spam categories:
•—the spam message will be moved to the database specified in the field (if the specified database is not found, the spam message will be delivered to the receiver). You can also specify a folder in the database in the field to move the spam message to this folder (if this folder is not found in the database, the spam message will still be moved to this database but not in a specific folder).
•—the spam message will be received by the server and deleted without delivering it to the receiver. However, a document for this incident will be created in the Quarantine.nsf database.
•—no action will be applied to the message and it will be delivered to the receiver (the message subject will still be changed if the check box is selected).
6.When you finish configuring the Anti-spam component, click .