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Mail Rules
  Posted by  Stew Bottorf  on Monday, May 09, 2005 at 9:34:42 PM (EST)
We're trying to help users use mail rules to filter by subject for an offensive subject word. I tried adding the word as a new rule to an Internet message but they still come through.

Where I can read how to use subject filtering?

Thanks, Stew
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Tuesday, May 10, 2005 at 10:10:42 AM (EST)
Umm.. There's not any subject filter in 602 Lan Suite but you can use the mail rules to forward e mail with specific words to a different folder. The problem is that for example, I can say "Viagra", but I can also say V!agra, which is "Viagra" too. In fact, I read an article not too long ago that there's over 6 sextillion ways to spell "viagra" using extended ascii character sets.

Why not train the bayesian filter to block these messages?
  Posted by Russell Waddington  on Saturday, May 14, 2005 at 3:30:22 PM (EST)
As for finding a specific word, did you just put the word with out any wildcard characters?

To find a word any where in the subject you would enter *word* . Notice the '*' around the word.

To find the word at beginning of the subjec, word* .

But consider the previous reply, words can be easiely misspelled.
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