Wildcards in the Exception Lists

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dciwebworks
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Wildcards in the Exception Lists

Post by dciwebworks » Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:17 am

I note that as far back as 2008 you were enthusiastic about the implementation of wildcards in a future release of Magic Spam.

Here we are 5 years later and I have a pesky problem with *.RU and *.ME spam. It would be wonderful if we could just conclude for some customers that we're not interested in receiving ANYTHING from Romania or Montenegro...would you agree?

Any way we can get blocking at the domain suffix level?
Brian Clancy
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Re: Wildcards in the Exception Lists

Post by magicspam » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:26 pm

Hello Brian,

Thank you for your post and your question. It doesn't look like the wildcard blacklists are currently on a set development milestone so unfortunately we cannot provide you with an ETA for this.

However, we were looking at the feature request tickets and we found a development ticket that could potentially suit your needs! There is a feature request ticket open to implement a country blacklist which we think you might find useful. Also, our development team is working on implementing a rule in the near future which should cut down on phishing messages and other cases where senders are forging their from address.

Thank you again for your post, and please let us know if you have any other questions.

-- MagicSPam Support Team --

puzzel76
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Re: Wildcards in the Exception Lists

Post by puzzel76 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 4:17 am

Reviving an old thread...
Also, our development team is working on implementing a rule in the near future which should cut down on phishing messages and other cases where senders are forging their from address.
Any news on this?

kind regards
Mario

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Re: Wildcards in the Exception Lists

Post by magicspam » Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:38 pm

Hello Mario,

Thank you for your inquiry.

The rule that is protecting your server from phishing messages and other cases where senders are forging their from address is implemented in MagicSpam with the following policy:

"Known Sender Forgery" (KSF) ® Block phishing attempts - Rule Name: known_sender_forgery

under the:

Settings / Server Policies

tab in your MagicSpam admin interface panel.

We hope this answer your question.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.
-- MagicSpam Support Team --

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