Problems with portuguese SPAM

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Dec 28th, 2007
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Hi all,

This is my first post and sorry for my poor english. I manager over 20 IronPort appliances (C100/C150/C350) and I have many problems with SPAMs mainly in portuguese language.

Anybody here knows or has available to SPAMs in potuguese dictionary?

For conventional SPAMs this appliances working good :)

Thanks and best regards,
Alex Martins

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kluu_ironport Mon, 12/31/2007 - 22:27
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You can possibly try creating a custom profanity/spam dictionary and then and then using an incoming content filter to match Portuguese spam emails aginst the custom dictionary.

Basically, it is using a keyword match.



Here are some support portal kb articles that should help.

Log into the Support Portal and search for this kb article,

How do I use content dictionaries with filters




Hi all,

This is my first post and sorry for my poor english. I manager over 20 IronPort appliances (C100/C150/C350) and I have many problems with SPAMs mainly in portuguese language.

Anybody here knows or has available to SPAMs in potuguese dictionary?

For conventional SPAMs this appliances working good :)

Thanks and best regards,
Alex Martins
valter_ironport Wed, 01/02/2008 - 02:53
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Hi Alex,

Please also submit the SPAMs samples so we can work to create the IPAS rules.

I am quite sure you already know these articles:

http://tinyurl.com/lpz9z - How do I create RFC-822 MIME encoded attachments?

http://tinyurl.com/en48a - How do I report IronPort Anti-Spam false positives or missed spam?

If you find any problem creating/submitting the samples, just create a Customer Support ticket and we can help you on this.

Regards,
Valter

verylongbloke_i... Wed, 01/02/2008 - 13:17
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Hi Alex

if you are open to the idea - our team in Madrid and I would be keen to set up some spamtraps on your appliances if possible. These can feed our spamtraps directly if it seems that our corpus is missng some spam that we should otherwise be seeing.

If this is an idea you would be - please reply to this post so we can contact each other

Jason :D

alex.martins_ir... Mon, 01/07/2008 - 17:30
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You can possibly try creating a custom profanity/spam dictionary and then and then using an incoming content filter to match Portuguese spam emails aginst the custom dictionary. 

Basically, it is using a keyword match.



Here are some support portal kb articles that should help.

Log into the Support Portal and search for this kb article,

How do I use content dictionaries with filters




Hi all,

This is my first post and sorry for my poor english. I manager over 20 IronPort appliances (C100/C150/C350) and I have many problems with SPAMs mainly in portuguese language.

Anybody here knows or has available to SPAMs in potuguese dictionary?

For conventional SPAMs this appliances working good :)

Thanks and best regards,
Alex Martins


Thanks for everything, but I already use this method, I would like to know if anyone even here the forum would have this type of dictionary already created.

I am not a beginner administrator of IronPort, i manager currently 22 appliances, including I c100, c150 and c350:)

Thanks again.
alex.martins_ir... Mon, 01/07/2008 - 17:34
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Hi Alex,

Please also submit the SPAMs samples so we can work to create the IPAS rules.

I am quite sure you already know these articles:

http://tinyurl.com/lpz9z - How do I create RFC-822 MIME encoded attachments?

http://tinyurl.com/en48a - How do I report IronPort Anti-Spam false positives or missed spam?

If you find any problem creating/submitting the samples, just create a Customer Support ticket and we can help you on this.

Regards,
Valter


Valter,

I know my friend :)

Você sabe que eu disso né hehehehe, mas gostaria de saber se alguém do fórum teria algum dicionário pronto né hehehehe

Thanks,
Alex Martins
alex.martins_ir... Mon, 01/07/2008 - 17:52
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Hi Alex

if you are open to the idea - our team in Madrid and I would be keen to set up some spamtraps on your appliances if possible. These can feed our spamtraps directly if it seems that our corpus is missng some spam that we should otherwise be seeing.

If this is an idea you would be - please reply to this post so we can contact each other

Jason :D



It's a good idea, but it's not working for me. I've some traps on my clients, some of them send up to 230.000 messages per week. But it´s not good enough... We need somenting more efficient...

Thanks,
Alex Martins

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