David has helped me with a Declude issue quite recently as well. I have always
received good support from David and Linda and look forward to continuing to do
business with them and wish them the best of luck in their new venture!
1120 S. Russell; Ste B
Was the transaction for renewal posted on your cc or dc?
1120 S. Russell; Ste B
Missoula, MT 59801
From: Robert Grosshandler [mailto:r...@igive.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2013 12:32 PM
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Colbeck, Andrew
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 1:34 PM
To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: RE: [Declude.JunkMail] Kill List not working.
Ah, perhaps you have more time to spend on your antispam system
As of today I've got
something odd going on with our Declude Junkmail. Any assistance would be
A great many emails
are failing HELOBOGUS and CATCHALLMAILS (which is commented out in my default
Here is one example
I think I've seen
reference to a means before by which one can analyze the Junkmail logs to see
which rules or DNSBL's are being most effective. However, I can't find it
again now. The Junkmail config I have on our Imail server is working
well. I've been asked to
alter ego is a salesperson for a computer center (my boss owns the computer
center and the ISP--I do sales for one and network admin for the other).
At least once a week, often more, I get a call supposedly from a hearing
impaired person using a relay operator. This person
I have a customer
who was having trouble with his messages sent to users on servers that use spam
filters not being delivered. I had him send a message to me so I could see
what tests it fails. As some of you may have already guessed, he's got a
new pc with
If, when I run find ldeliver sys.txt /c, I get 20,699 is that the
number of messages that Imail is receiving before Declude Junkmail Pro
scans our incoming mail or after?
[This E-mail was scanned for viruses by Declude Virus (http://www.declude.com)]
This E-mail came
Okay, so is there a way I can get a count before scanning by Declude? I
want concrete data to take to a meeting where we will evaluate if a new
machine or upgrade is necessary. CPU usage has been very high with smtp
and Declude being the biggest users. The machine is 400mhz w/ 384mb
I had seen the problem with a beta install of Outlook 2003 and had hoped
that the release version would have that worked out. I soon found that
to not be the case. Of course, I've seen other programs (Goldmine is a
notable example) that trip the spamheaders test. Forms from webpages
fail it as
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