No. Unlike many other solutions, Red Condor requires no filter tuning whatsoever.
You don’t need to train the spam filter and there is no “knob.” Red Condor defines spam in absolute terms – a violation of trust indicated by attempts to falsify the sender, defraud the recipient, or otherwise misrepresent the intent of an email. With that definition, Red Condor creates precise rules that target each spam campaign without blocking legitimate emails. The net result is that the end user does nothing to intervene – Red Condor does the work.
Click the link to your 'Personal Dashboard in your daily Spam Digest email and click on the Your Settings link under Your Mailbox and change the Digest Frequency to the setting you prefer, such as Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Never. Each user can have a different setting.
You have the option of receiving a Spam Digest every day, every week, or every month. You can also choose not to receive a Spam Digest at all. The Spam Digest is an email that tells you what emails were identified as spam and placed in the Quarantine. If there was no spam, you will not receive a Spam Digest. (That’s good news!!!)
Quarantined messages are the messages that the system has filtered out based
on filtering options selected. They are archived for 35 days online. You
can run reports on the Personal Dashboard for any of your quarantined messages.
The Spam Digest lists a summary of the quarantined messages for your account
since the previous Spam Digest email.
Click one the "View" link in the Digest email next to the quarantined message you want to release.
When the "Safe
Preview Message" window comes up you may read the message and determine
if it is valid or not.
If it's a valid message you may release it by clicking
on the "Release" button at the bottom right hand corner of the Preview
Message Page. The released message will be sent to your inbox.
You are also
offered the opportunity to add the sender's e-mail address or domain to your
Friends list in order to prevent future messages from the sender being quarantined. It
is generally not advisable to add the sender's domain if it matches your doman
as spammers will often spoof the sender's domain to match that of the recipient.
The Spam Digest will only generate a report summarizing
activity since the previous Spam Digest. You will receive a Spam Digest
report everyday that your account has new spam messages in quarantine (unless frequency is changed via your personal dashboard).