In order the Spam Filter option in ODS-Mail to work properly you need to:
- Install the ODS Framework ods_framework_dav.vad package
- Install the ODS AddressBook ods_addressbook_dav.vad package
- Install the ODS-Mail ods_webmail_dav.vad package version 1.3.93 or higher.
- Make sure you have executed all steps from the Mail Installation Guide in order to be configured correctly the settings for receiving mail messages in your ODS dataspace.
- Trust junk mail headers set by will automatically recognize mail that is marked by a separate junk mail filtering program. Very often ISP or mail server will install such a filtering program, which adds special headers to your email before it is retrieved by ODS-Mail. Currently supported are: SpamAssassin? and SpamPal?.
- Do not mark messages as junk mail if the sender is in my address book prevents messages from being automatically marked as junk mail if the sender is listed in the user's AddressBook? instances. The user can also set the scope of allowed mails to be the contacts of his contacts. This respectively goes with depth 1, 2, etc.
The Spam General Settings are set in Preferences->Privacy page.
In order to determine what to do with junk mail when it is received, one can manage the following SPAM General Settings presented in ODS-Webmail -> Preferences -> Privacy:
- When messages are determined to be Spam:
- Move them to the Spam folder (move incoming messages determined to be junk mail to will automatically place junk mail into the specified folder upon arrival);
- Delete them.
- Mark messages determined to be Spam as read;
- Automatically delete spam messages older then N days (0 - no delete);
See here details on How to Manage Spam Filter with Addressbook interaction.
- ODS-Mail's Installation Guide
- Creating Filters in ODS-Mail
- ODS-Mail's SMIME + WebID Support Guide
- ODS-Mail's Programmers Guide
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