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SPAM filtering - wildcards

SirLurkalot
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SPAM filtering - wildcards

Hi

The false SPAM marking has greatly improved since I learnt how to do it properly !

However I have one sender who whilst sending from the same domain, adds different details

to the Return address. I see it says wildcards can't be used. What is the reason for that ?

It would make life simpler if they could be used.

Thanks.

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Re: SPAM filtering - wildcards

You should be able to put the domain name without any mailbox pattern or the @. E.g.

microsoft.com

jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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SirLurkalot
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Re: SPAM filtering - wildcards

Oh, OK.  I'll try that. I assumed it needed everything after the @.

Cheers