|Subject:||IP Reputation Filter|
|Creation date:||4/27/17 1:01 PM|
|Last modified on:||4/27/17 1:01 PM|
How does the IP Reputation Filter work
The IP Reputation filter in Xeams looks checks the number of junk messages that have been received in the past from a particular IP subnet.
The default behaviour is to check for last 2 days of data and if more than 7 junk messages. This means if more than 7 junk messages are received
from an IP subnet, this rule will assign a score to future incoming emails.
Changing default values
There are two configurable parameters for this rule:
- Maximum number of days to go back
- Minimum number of junk emails received
You can change these settings by following the steps below.
The above example will change the number of days to 5 and minimum email count to 10.
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