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How To Create A Channel-level Filter That Contains Multiple Sieve Rules In Legacy Config ? (Doc ID 2422409.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 7.0.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Consider an MTA having a perfectly working channel-level filter (labelled as 'imssfilter') which looks for a keyword, say "Sopa9m" in the Subject: line and move such mails to the "ProbablySpam" folder.

Similarly, consider the same MTA also having another channel-level filter (labelled as 'imssfilter1') which looks for a keyword, say "SOCIAL-NETWORK" and then move such mails to the "SOCIAL-NETWORK" folder, but these particular mails are still getting delivered to the INBOX folder.

The MTA may contain more such channel level filters, in addition to these two.

The imta.cnf file would have the following entry:

! tcp_lmtpcs (LMTP client - store)
tcp_lmtpcs defragment lmtp port 225 nodns multigate connectcanonical fileinto @$4O:$U+$S@$D single_sys subdirs 20 maxjobs 7 pool INTERNAL_POOL dequeue_removeroute destinationfilter file:IMTA_TABLE:imssfilter:imssfilter1

Content of imssfilter:

How can we ensure that all of these rules are configured properly so that they provide expected results ?


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