Blocking Spam from "US NMA"?


#1

Can I use the SpamAssassin tool on the DH webmail Options menu to filter email from a display name that contains an imbedded blank?

Every week or so I get unsolicited emsgs from same display name, “US NMA”, but with different email addresses at different domains, e.g. cclayton@goodolddaysfoods.com

The message body always contains much the same text (including the strings “The United States National Medical Association” and “http://www.us-nma.com/”).

Can someone tell me how to eliminate this petty irritation?

Stan Yack


#2

Not sure. I’m using Thunderbird’s baisian (sp?) filter and no matter how many times I mark that message as spam, I still get around 40+ a day from the US NMA. It refuses to recognize it as spam. I was considering trying SpamAssassin but your post makes me wonder if it will recognize it either…

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#3

Try going to https://mailboxes.yourdomain.com and add Keyword Filtering. You can select Subject and put in The United States National Medical Association

Every spam I get from there has the same subject line. I’ve yet to try the keyword filter yet, though. I use SpamSweep to clear them from the server before I check my mail.

-Scott