The following headers will be added to all scanned messages:
X-DrWeb-SpamState: Yes/No. Yes shows that the message is spam. No says that SpIDer Mail does not regard the message as spam.
X-DrWeb-SpamRate: n. n a number in the range from -5000 to 5000; the threshold value is 100 (if n is above the threshold, the message is treated as spam, if n is below the threshold, the message is not spam).
X-DrWeb-SpamVersion: version. version version of the Vade Retro spam filters library.
A selected check box instructs SpIDer Mail to add a special prefix to the subjects of spam messages. This prefix can be specified in the field below. Using a prefix will allow you to create filter rules for spam in those mail clients (for example, MS Outlook Express), where it is not possible to enable filtering by headers.
A selected check box instructs the spam filter to analyze messages with Cyrillic encoding. If the check box is not selected, it is highly possible that messages with Cyrillic encoding will be regarded as spam.
The check box functions the same as described above.
In the and fields, white and black lists of senders addresses are specified.
Addresses must be divided by the ";" symbol. The "*" symbol can stand for a part of the address (for example, *@domain.org denotes all addresses with the domain.org domain name).
For more details on the options specified in this window click the corresponding area of the window in the picture.