It fails because rules containing "*" are assumed to be 'wild card
matches not simple 'contains' matches', we will fix.
2) Yes you can edit the file manually.. it's friend.rul and may appear
in the surgemail folder, the domain mailbox path, or the users mailbox path.
On 13/12/2016 7:00 p.m., Neil Herber (nospam) wrote:
> Hello List and Support
> I have one account with a series of Filtering rules, one of which is:
> if 2 X-SpamDetect contains **** Forward - delete
> original HIDDEN@email@example.com
> But that rule is trapping email with a header like this:
> X-SpamDetect: **: 2.9 sd=2.9
> multiple),(!X-Verify-SMTP present)))) 0.90(X-Phrase:isspam)
> 0.10(x-triplet:traingood) 0.85(X-Verify-SMTP present)
> 0.73((X-LangGuess:English),(X-To-Not-Matched:true)) 0.29(spfpass)
> 0.37(X-NotAscii:utf) [nnot=3,ng=2,nsum=0,nb=0,nw=1,-1.07]
> which to my eyes contains only 2 stars, not 4.
> So 2 questions:
> 1) Why?
> 2) Is there a text file that stores these rules so I can look at them
> with a text editor?
> SurgeMail Version 7.2a-1, Built Jun 1 2016 11:46:27, Platform Windows
> (Surgeweb Enabled)