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Old 11-26-2009
fmopet
 

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Content filter
Hi, I have this problem:
When I try to add a content filter list a new filter with a wildcard
in this case asterisk (*),
for example If I want a new filter for all the emails that contain a
word that starts with
“sex” as “sexiest", "sexy" . Then I define the filter -->sex*<--, but
the forefront filter
doesn’t take it and all emails pass through it. The only way that
filters works is when
I define them with the whole word without wildcards.
Somebody can explain why the content filters does not accept (*) as
wildcards?
I will really appreciate your help!!
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Old 12-30-2009
Peter Durkee
 

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Re: Content filter
That's just the way that the keyword filter works, whole words only. You can
use the * wildcard for subject lines or sender-domains, but not Keyword
filters.
-Peter

"fmopet" <fmopet@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi, I have this problem:
When I try to add a content filter list a new filter with a wildcard
in this case asterisk (*),
for example If I want a new filter for all the emails that contain a
word that starts with
“sex” as “sexiest", "sexy" . Then I define the filter -->sex*<--, but
the forefront filter
doesn’t take it and all emails pass through it. The only way that
filters works is when
I define them with the whole word without wildcards.
Somebody can explain why the content filters does not accept (*) as
wildcards?
I will really appreciate your help!!


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