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|Configuring the Bypass Threshold
|4/20/16 2:46 PM
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Bypass threshold is a score in Xeams that makes the rules engine skip the remaining filters once the score goes below this amount. For example, if you white list a sender by giving a -5001 score, Xeams will not run any more filters after hitting this rule. This is done by design to give a higher weight to rules having a negative score.
The default value of the bypass filter is set to -5000. Therefore, once the score goes below -5000, every other filter will be skipped and a message will be assigned a GOOD category.
Changing the default value
Once done, Xeams will not skip filtering unless the score goes below the set value.
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