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It is possible to block messages based on character set names.
 
It is possible to block messages based on character set names.
  
In the web user interface go to Rules->Custom Rules (Compound Rules prior to version 10.1.0 so if this applies to you consult your manuals) page and then click on the link "Add an Advanced Rule". Enter:
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In the web user interface go to Rules->Custom Rules (Compound Rules prior to version 10.1.0) page and then click on the link "Add an Advanced Rule". Enter:
  
 
   IF Subject Matches Regexp  \p{yyyy}
 
   IF Subject Matches Regexp  \p{yyyy}
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** Cyrillic - for Cyrillic (Russian)
 
** Cyrillic - for Cyrillic (Russian)
 
** Script=Hebrew - for Hebrew script
 
** Script=Hebrew - for Hebrew script
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** A unicode range such as:
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*** So - "Symbol, other"
  
 
This only works with CanIt 9.0.6 and above.  
 
This only works with CanIt 9.0.6 and above.  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:48, 20 July 2017

It is possible to block messages based on character set names.

In the web user interface go to Rules->Custom Rules (Compound Rules prior to version 10.1.0) page and then click on the link "Add an Advanced Rule". Enter:

 IF Subject Matches Regexp   \p{yyyy}
 Comment: cc
 Score: xx

Then click on "Update". When the page updates click on "+ New Clause" in the "Logical Operator" column. This will bring up a blank second filtering clause. Set the "Logical Operator" to "OR" and enter the second clause as below:

 IF Body    Matches Regexp   \p{yyyy}

Then click on "Update and Save"

Where in the above:

  • cc is an optional comment
  • xx is a suitable value dependent on your objectives, and,
  • yyyy is one of:
    • CJK_Unified_Ideographs - for Chinese, Japanese or Korean
    • Arabic - for Arabic script
    • Cyrillic - for Cyrillic (Russian)
    • Script=Hebrew - for Hebrew script
    • A unicode range such as:
      • So - "Symbol, other"

This only works with CanIt 9.0.6 and above.