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Next up are the Size Policy and Protocols menus. As you can see from Figures 17 and 18, while Yoggie provides control, the degrees of freedom of control are not always large. The Size Policy limits file sizes that can be downloaded, not total amount of downloads, or rate of download.

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Figure 17: Size Policy Menu

Protocols allows filtering to be disabled on SMTP, POP3, HTTP, and FTP. If you need Yoggie to filter spam on your IMAP email, you'll be OK if you run your own server (incoming email will travel on port 25 and thus be filtered as SMTP), but if you fetch your email from another server, your email won't be filtered.

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Figure 18: Filter Protocols Menu

Web mail can be prohibited with Yoggie's web filtering, stopping GMail and other port 80 web mail services. However, if the web mail service travels over HTTPS, as with ClarkConnect's implementation of the Horde groupware web mail service, web mail will not be blocked.

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