Hi guys, I'm not certain this is the right forum for this question but here goes... Because I have nothing newer than Office 2000, the downloads for spam control are somewhat limited and lately, I have been getting inundated with this new kind of spam that is really tough to control.
The ''From'' and ''Subject'' fields are so wildly random that I can't filter on them. The body is an ad for some super hot stock tip that I am suppose to jump on right away. The problem is that the ad is actually just a picture of an ad so there is no real text that I can use to filter on. The spam does end with some random text, usually a paragraph from some book or so but just enough to keep it random and not unique.
The key factor here is that I have identified the ''source'' of the ad picture. If you click on ''Forward'', (with no actual intent on sending it to anyone), you get a copy of the ad picture that you can right-click and select ''Properties'' on. From that, I am able to see that a large number of different spam pieces all have a common source for their ad picture. It is <outbind://(then a single digit #)/cid:(then the ad picture filename)>
Hense my question. Has anybody figured out a way to filter on such criteria? I'm sure we could dampen the spam flow if we could manage filters on this kind of stuff.
As always, thanks for all the help from everybody here.
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