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[SRX] How to test if an e-mail from an IP address will be detected as spam on Junos

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Article ID: KB15646 KB Last Updated: 14 Mar 2019Version: 3.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to test if SRX/J-series devices are correctly detecting spam.
Symptoms:
  • Anti-spam in SRX branch and J-series devices uses SBL to detect e-mails from known SPAM sources.

  • The test security utm anti-spam profile <profile-name> test-string x.x.x.x command can be used to test if e-mails from a specific IP address will be detected as spam.
Solution:
The following command can be used to test if e-mails from a specific IP address will be detected as spam by Junos:
test security utm anti-spam profile <profile-name> test-string x.x.x.x
Sample output:
SRX> test security utm anti-spam profile as-profile test-string 10.1.1.1

Anti-spam test result:

Return SPAM, action Deny, reason Match sbl server blacklist
Currently, the Juniper anti-spam solution uses the Sophos SBL list. For information on how to check if an IP address is in the Sophos anti-spam database, refer to KB15230 - How to Check if an IP Address is in the Anti-Spam Database
 
Note: The 'test security utm anti-spam' command has been deprecated starting in Junos 15.1X49-D10. While the command executes without any problem, the result will be 'error: Anti-Spam test is disabled now'. The best way to verify Antispam functionality would be by monitoring 'show security utm anti-spam statistics'.
Modification History:
2019/03/11: Added note regarding the deprecation of the 'test security utm anti-spam' command
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