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How to filter emails with wild cards like "*.*@cammonline.org"

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How to filter emails with wild cards like "*.*@cammonline.org"

I would like to block any email ending with "cammonline.org". I have been getting tons of spam from this address but with different prefixes.

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Re: How to filter emails with wild cards like "*.*@cammonline.org"


skibum wrote:

I would like to block any email ending with "cammonline.org". I have been getting tons of spam from this address but with different prefixes.


Try:    From    matches wildcard    *@cammonline.or*

Or:     From       contains                  @cammonline.org

 

Comcast once had this info in a forum post, but I can't find it now. Some of the missing info is still available in http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/E-Mail-and-Xfinity-Connect-Help/I-cannot-forward-SPAM-to-Comcast-s-Miss...

 

Also see https://wiki.zimbra.com/wiki/Zimbra_Web_Client_Mail_Filters

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Re: How to filter emails with wild cards like "*.*@cammonline.org"

Thanks for the reply BruceW.

 

However, I can't get any email filter to work at all; even for simple things like matching "From" or anything. I think it's broke.

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Re: How to filter emails with wild cards like "*.*@cammonline.org"

Thankyou BruceW!!!!

 

From       contains                  @cammonline.org

 

works! I guess when I tried it before I put * in front thinking it needed to match the whole address, but I guess "contains" means any part of the address.

 

Thanks again; this will filter out bunches of spam I've been getting.

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