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Xaak
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Fortigate FG-60F UTM bundle Antispam question

Ok, so I set up a new FG-60F with UTM this weekend.  I set up antispam on my incoming port 25 to insert a header into the email. This is working just fine.  But upon further inspection, I noticed that another header was being inserted into some spam emails which looked like this:

 

X-SpamInfo: FortiGuard-AntiSpam ip, connection block ip x.x.x.x> 

 

I could not find any information about automatically inserted headers and I have a few questions.

 

What other messages other than "ip connection block" can come in under the header "X-SpamInfo: FortiGuard-AntiSpam"?

 

Is there a reference somewhere stating what these messages might be?

 

Is there some kind of "scoring" of spam messages that can be inserted into the header?

 

I'd like to know so I can set filters in my email server to automatically send the spam to the spam folder or automatically delete them based on an internal score.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Xaak
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It's not for a home network.

hbac
Staff
Staff

Hi @Xaak,

 

You can find the settings in the CLI by running "show full emailfilter profile". Depends on which email filter profile you are using. Check for "action tag", "tag-type", and "tag-msg". Also check if "hdrip" is enabled. 

 

Regards, 

 

 

Xaak
New Contributor

Thanks, I'll check when I get back to my office.

Xaak
New Contributor

@hbac 

No, that didn't show anything about the X-SpamInfo: tag in the header.  I even searched a newly created backup for that string and nothing turned up.

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