It is always SpamCure which is bloking the e-mails for that specific user.
Your turnaround seems pretty interesting to me but I can't figure out how
you set it up.
What I understand is, under the Antigen 9.0 administration interface:
Settings, button AntiSpam on the left,
Select SMTP Scan Job in the main panel
Below, SpamCure is checked with Action set to Purge: Eliminate messages
Only Quarantine Files is checked
If I check Send Notifications, I guess ALL the users in the organization
will get a notification everytime a mail is blocked, and I certainly want to
How can I send notifications to only a specific user each time a mail sent
to him is blocked byAntigen?
"Peter Durkee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit dans le message de news:
>I don't think there's any way to do that. Is it mostly SpamCure that's
>blocking the emails or content filters?
> I have one user that has the same problem, and I finally arranged to
> forward all notifications of his blocked messages to him so he could pick
> which ones he wanted sent to him out of quarantine. Yes it is a pain but
> he's happy now.
> "Nicolas Macarez" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I'm using Antigen 9.0 as an antispam solution on an Exchange Server 2003
>> SP2 server.
>> I have some trouble with a recipient in my organization. A great deal of
>> legitimate mails sent to this user go are blocked by Antigen.
>> It is not the case for the other users.
>> I have tried many things but with no great success.
>> Is there a way to set up Antigen as to never block any mail sent to a
>> specific user/recipient?
>> Help appreciated.