ArticlesAdd 'X-RBL' to your header list
You can have Spam CounterStrike take advantage of many POP servers that use a black list. To take advantage of them, simply add the text 'x-rbl' to the header list using our list manager.
More effective filtering
Effective filteringOur filter will find and mark most of the junk out there. However, spammers are always trying to get around detection by not using the typical keywords and by using simple links to web pages.
You will need to bring up the List Manager of Spam CounterStrike by
clicking on the '@' icon and select List manager.
Stop single hyperlink email.
How to find the hyperlink in the email:
Add hyperlink to URL black list:
Add new key words and phrases.
You can adapt to this by noticing new patterns and adding them to the body list.
Ban entire web sites or domains all at once
As you become more annoyed with spam, you will notice that some domains
specialize in sending junk. Rather than trying to block each sender
from the domain, you can simply block all email from a single domain.
Once a domain name has been added to the black list, no more mail will
be received from the specified domain unless a particular sender is
in the friends list. For example, if BadSender.kk sends lots of junk
emails and you don't think you will ever want emails from BadSender.kk,
then add the domain BadSender.kk to the Domain Black List. Then no matter
who sends you mail from this domain, it will get blocked.
You can all help each other out by importing lists from other people. The list manager will remove duplicate entries, so you don't have to worry about duplicates. The lists are all simple text files and they .zip up to a nice compact size. By importing lists from other sources, you can keep the filtering very effective.
All our lists are stored as text files and are easy to copy and merge without loosing anything.
The basic steps are to zip up the lists you want to share and email
them to your friends.
How to pack up your lists for sharing:
How to unpack lists and include patterns from other's lists
'Myths & Facts
Myth: Replying to Spam for removal will remove you.
Fact: You are verifying your email address to the spammer and helping to make their list more valuable. They have no interest in making their mailing list smaller, only bigger.
Myth: Reporting spammers to their ISP will stop the spmmer
Myth: Spam laws will help stop spam
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