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Edge Transport > Anti-Spam > Content Filtering Properties > Custom Words Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2008-08-21

Use the Custom Words tab on the content filtering properties to configure the Content Filter agent to recognize and filter certain words or phrases. When the Content Filter agent encounters the words or phrases, it adjusts the sender confidence level (SCL) rating. The SCL rating is a number between 0 and 9. A higher SCL rating indicates that a message is more likely to be spam.

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If the message matches an entry from the allowed words or phrases list, the message is assigned an SCL rating of 0 regardless of any matches from the blocked words or phrases list.
Messages containing these words or phrases will not be blocked:

In this field, type a word or phrase that is not likely to be contained in spam messages, and then click Add to add the word or phrase to the allowed words or phrases list.

To remove a word or phrase from this list, select the word or phrase, and then click Remove.

When the Content Filter agent encounters an allowed word or phrase, the SCL rating on that message is set to 0.

Messages containing these words or phrases will be blocked, unless…

In this field, type a word or phrase that is likely to be contained in spam messages, and then click Add to add the word or phrase to the blocked words or phrases list. To remove a word or phrase from the list, select the word or phrase, and then click Remove.

When the Content Filter agent encounters a blocked phrase in a message, the SCL rating on that message is set to 9.

 
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