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Is there any posibility to create rule to block as spam emails composed in specified languages like chines, russian? Something like "language filter"

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Hello and welcome to forum :)

 

Currently, in spamcatcher.conf configuration file, it is possible to use the 'home_language_list' setting where you can define languages that are the most used in your email messages. Please refer to page 20 of our product manual for additional information.

 

Hope this helps.

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Hello and welcome to forum :)

 

Currently, in spamcatcher.conf configuration file, it is possible to use the 'home_language_list' setting where you can define languages that are the most used in your email messages. Please refer to page 20 of our product manual for additional information.

 

Hope this helps.

I know this "home_language_list" option from documentation, but it is not what Im asking for. I would like to block every message which was in specified languages.

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You might have to use a gateway, or email client rule lists for the desired effect you may be looking for.

You could block a domain, but then the foreign language spam could simply use another domain to come from.

 

I wonder if this is a feature ESET could implement in the future. *Block all mail from specified foreign language based off subject line, sender, or body."
 

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I know this "home_language_list" option from documentation, but it is not what Im asking for. I would like to block every message which was in specified languages.

 

 

I'm afraid there is no way in current version to create such rule. Also, based on the information I have, it might be difficult to analyze mail for a language reliably.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

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