Part # 3 : Working with SCL (Spam Confidence Level) – Manually adding the SCL rating field into the column header of Outlook folders

Per the support knowledgebase, we need to add the SCL rating field, follow these steps: In Outlook 2003, click Inbox. On the View menu, click Arrange By, and then click Custom. In the Customize View: Messages dialog box, click Fields. In the Show Fields dialog box, click the Select available fields from list, and then…

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Part # 2 : Working with SCL (Spam Confidence Level) programmatically

In this series, we will concentrate on how we can get the IMF SCL rating programmatically with Outlook 2003/2007 by calling the getSCL() method: ‘[Outlook VBA : Code snippet] … Sub getSCL() …   Set inbox = Outlook.ActiveExplorer.CurrentFolder Set items = inbox.items   ‘Implement Unstructured Exception handle On Error Resume Next ‘should it encounter an…


Part # 1 : Working with SCL (Spam Confidence Level)

What is the SCL? The spam confidence level (SCL) is the normalized value assigned to a message that indicates, based on the characteristics of a message (such as the content, message header, and so forth), the likelihood that the message is spam. What are the SCL values? There are eleven values available to categorize spam,…

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