[Declude.JunkMail] Analyzing logs

2004-02-06 Thread Katie La Salle-Lowery
Title: Message



Hi there, 


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 config Symantec Antispam for SMTP on an Exchange 
server. No DNSBL's are currently being used. I'd like to see which 
ones are catching the most in my Declude Junkmail config as I am limited in how 
many I can use on the Symantec Antivirus product. 

Thanks, 

Katie



Re: [Declude.JunkMail] Analyzing logs

2004-02-06 Thread R. Scott Perry

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 config 
Symantec Antispam for SMTP on an Exchange server.  No DNSBL's are 
currently being used.  I'd like to see which ones are catching the most in 
my Declude Junkmail config as I am limited in how many I can use on the 
Symantec Antivirus product.
If you go to http://www.declude.com/tools you should be able to find 
something there that meets your needs.

   -Scott
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