PreciseMail Anti-Spam FAQ
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Can PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway be used to detect viruses?
Is it possible for users to allow or block messages based on an email's subject line?
What is the precedence of user-defined and system-wide allow and blocklists?
Should I still use Sieve in PMDF for Spam filtering if I am using PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway?
Is there an easy way to accurately whitelist specific destination addresses?
Is there a way to disable return receipts only for messages that have been classified as spam?
Can messages that have been discarded by PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway be retrieved?
Why do I need PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway, if I use a blacklist to eliminate spam?
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What ports need to be open for PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway to work?
Is it possible for an administrator to set a specific domain as opt-in rather than setting it up by specific users?
Can I use full email address for authentication?
Is there a way to limit the authentication tests so that, for example email@example.com is authenticated only against pop.example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org is authenticated only against imap.aol.com?
What is the best way to exempt all mail to the subdomain example2.example1.com from any PreciseMail processing?
Does PreciseMail support "include files"?
How do I disable the addressbook upload to the allowlist?
Are DNSBL rejections logged?
Which has the higher precedence - quarantined or allowed?
If a message size exceeds the limit for processing, are the global block-list rules still applied? Are user block/allow rules applied?
How do I report missed spam that got through PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway?
What files would I have to move from PreciseMail PTSMTP on OpenVMS to Linux to make the new Linux server have the same configuration as the old OpenVMS server?
I use PreciseMail PTSMTP configuration. How can I verify the number of concurrent incoming connections (to check if the max number of worker processes is acceptable)?