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Do you use filters with XMail Server ?
Yes. I am programming filters myself. [ 69 ]  [36.32%]
Yes, but only filters I can download somewhere. [ 83 ]  [43.68%]
No. But I would use filters, if I could program. [ 21 ]  [11.05%]
No, I do not need any filters. [ 17 ]  [8.95%]
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hschneider
Posted on Mar 20 2003, 09:12 AM
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tac
Posted on Jun 3 2004, 04:05 AM
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What would you use filters for, other then censoring information? You mean like spam filters or text filters?

As for spam filters there are just too many spam mails to block them all, it is a pointless battle to make the server do the work, that should be done client side. Also clients should use their free accounts like hotmail to sign of for stuff that will spam them.

As for text filtering, i live in america, and i'll give people the freedom of speech and let them say what they please.
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atomant
Posted on Jun 3 2004, 06:41 AM
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The filters are also av scripts, copy all mail to a certain mailbox, add a line in the headers, etc.


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tac
Posted on Jun 3 2004, 03:36 PM
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Oh, i thought forwarding, and copying of e-mails was built into Xmail, and you didnt have to create a script for that. I guess i was thinking of another e-mail server.
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Posted on Oct 27 2004, 04:38 PM
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master.gif Im using the AV filter from DOLIST.NET Denis Olivier 2003 - (d.olivier@dolist.net) with AVG.
It works fine.
Some effort to understand .ini at configuration stage. You should know how Xmail filter need to work too.
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