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    in exchange 2007 when you enable content filtering. how do you "allow" more spam..
    we already have a spam filter from our ISp and they do a damn good job. the issue is some good mail get tagged by exchange as junk.. how do i loosen the filtering. i installed the anti- spam console but nothing is enabled.

    Does the number have to be closer to 0 or closer to 9 to be more relaxed?

    thanks to all who respond

  • #2
    Re: content filtering

    In Exchange >> Organization Configuration >> Hub transport >> Anti-Spam tab >> Content Filtering Properties >> Action Tab, for the content filtering to be more relazed, the number must be closer to 0.

    You can also turn content filtering off altogether.
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    • #3
      Re: content filtering

      well its more the stuff that gets tagged as junk mail and moved to the junkmail folder in out look .. that is my main concern.. does that number need to be a 9 or a 0?

      this command is my reference

      set-OrganizationConfig -SCLJunkThreshold 5

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      • #4
        Re: content filtering

        Outlook's junk email folder isn't a part of the Exchange anti-spam system (as far as I know). The Outlook junk folder is based on the Outlook junk email filter. Check this page out, which is for Outlook 2003 but will be similar for 07 and 10.
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        • #5
          Re: content filtering

          link does not work... outlook gets its junk email from server because we have messages in the header stating that exchange has marked it as spam not outlook

          that i know is related to the command you use in the shell program.

          here is a pic
          Attached Files

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          • #6
            Re: content filtering

            Have you edited the spam filtering level on the Organization >> Hub Transport >> Etc. area that I referenced earlier? You can turn it off completely if you like using the instructions I linked to in the my first post.
            Wesley David
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            • #7
              Re: content filtering

              i did but but junk mail works differently and my emails still get that message when they goto junk mail folder with that heading

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