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I'm running hMailServer 5.4-B1944 wiht MySQL 5.5 on a modest Windows 8 Pro system with 3.7GB memory, and it is working perfectly. I installed Win8Pro as an update to Win7Pro. Added bonus: under Win7Pro I had 67% memory in use, and under Win8Pro only 49%, with all the same apps/services running (e.g....
- 2012-11-26 23:27
- Forum: General discussions
- Topic: Windows 8 and Virus-scanning
- Replies: 1
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If you are running hMailServer on Windows 8, then you can use Windows Defender as your external virus scanner. The command is: "C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\mpcmdrun.exe" -scan -scantype 3 -file "%FILE%" -disableremediation and the return value is 2 if a virus is found. You can have Windows Def...
Ah, that explains it, thanks.^DooM^ wrote:As the score accumulates, once it hits the threshold, whichever check it was currently on that tipped the score over the threshold is the one reported in the 550
Hi mattg, It is used in the anti-SPAM scoring DNS blacklists is a sub component of the Anti-SPAM section of hMailserver I gathered that, except that if the email is rejected because it is found in the RBL, what is the point in spam scoring after that? I mean, the email is rejected, so presumably the...
In the administration tool, each entry in the DNS Blacklists has an associated score, but I've searched the documentation and can't find how the score is used. The documentation states that if a sender's IP is found in an RBL, the email is rejected and the associated message is given (e.g. "Rejected...