The "Spam Filtering Settings" section of the Inbound service configuration page have been updated with the following changes:
- The existing option "Tag Action" has been renamed to "Suspect Mail Action" to better reflect it's purpose: choose the action we apply to mail which our spam engines scored in the "suspect" range -- high enough to be suspicious, but not high enough to reject.
- A new option "Spam Mail Action" to choose the action we apply to messages which scored above the "definite spam" threshold. The current behaviour (REJECT) is pre-selected as the default.
Both options - Suspect Mail Action and Spam Mail Action - have the same range of choices:
- Deliver with Tag: We prefix the subject with
*SPAM*and deliver the message to you.
- Deliver without Tag: We deliver the message to you without a
*SPAM*tag added to the subject.
- Quarantine: The message is placed in your quarantine, which you can access through the Message Logs tool.
- Reject: The message is rejected and a DSN returned to the sender. If your service has Smart Quarantine® the sender can opt to manually release the message.