The Keyword Filter has been moved to "Content Security" in the latest build which now combines MailEssentials and Content Security. The Keyword Filter should still part of MailEssentials! We have many clients who use it in MailEssentials and like that items it traps goes to Junk Mail where they can access it easily. Moving it to Content Security means users can't get at the mail without an administrator, and it means that users who only had MailEssentials LOSE A FEATURE THEY'VE HAD ALL ALONG. This is already losing you renewals as our clients are asking to switch to another product because of it. The solution is to have an option whether the Keyword Checker should be treated as a content filter or a spam filter!
Joe Church commented
Now if only we could get GFI to sync these keyword filters between servers in a multi-server deployment. Doing double data entry sucks!
Steven Putnam commented
[Comment date: 2012-05-18]
I totally agree. I also miss the header checking. According to Alex at GFI this will come back in SP1, hopefully released end of June. Her's the permalink to the GFI forum where Alex discusses this.
Eva Goods commented
[Comment date: 2012-06-14]
Yes. we rely on this in our environment. Now that we have upgraded to the latest version. We have lost a feature that we have been using in the last 5 years (The ability to move keyworded spams into the junk folder). Please bring this feature back with the next release.
Daniel Williams commented
[Comment date: 2012-07-17]
This functionality has been restored in build 20120618 (SR1) due to popular demand. Sorry for removing it! :)