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Block E-mails with nothing in the subject line

How do I get Antigen 9.00.1055 to block all e-mail that has nothing in the subject line. I couldn't find where to set it or don't know the text that signifies an empty subject in the filtering lists. Also the allowed list has a checkbox list that is headed 'skip scanning for:' I'm rather confused about this as well. Thanks alot
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pkelley47Author Commented:
I was just told that ,a lot of times, messages with no subject are blocked in exchange. If thats the case, where do I apply that setting?
No there is nothing in Exchange to do that.
You would have to use anti virus or antispam to do that block, although it will often cause more legitimate email to be blocked than spam.

Unfortunately I am not familiar with Antigen so don't know where the setting is in that product.

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