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  • Shawn

    Hello,
    We need to filter out incoming support tickets from legitimate email addresses that contain identified suspicious links. I tried using a customer Trigger on new tickets that contain the link in the Comment Text, but this isn't catching them. 

    Can you advise how to set a Trigger that targets tickets that contain specific URLs embedded in the content?

    Thanks,
    Shawn

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  • Amy Silcock

    Is it possible to use a regex to block certain e-mails from a domain? We're getting a lot of spam from @qq.com. We don't want to block all e-mails from qq.com but only those following a certain pattern. The pattern would be if there are only digits preceding the domain.

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  • Marco
    Zendesk Customer Care
    Hi Amy, thanks for your comment here. This would not be an option at the moment, unfortunately. I would suggest posting this as a feature request for our product team to review and possibly be in the roadmap for future improvements. Cheers! 
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  • Yasir Q

    Amy Silcock

    Hi Amy, 

    Were you able to deal with the qq.com spam issue? We are struggling with the same issue since April - we've enabled sign-in requirement before submitting a ticket but we're still getting spam from random numbers@qq.com

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  • Ronald McClung

    We are constantly getting thousands of emails from script.google.com in the requester name.  How do I stop that!?

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  • Cheeny Aban
    Zendesk Customer Care
    Hi Ron, 

    I can see that you already have an open ticket with us. Rest assured that we'll do our best to help you with your concern!
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  • Alyssa Forrest

    I have spam coming through text messages to our support line. Someone also said they received a call from our line - a call we did not make. How do I stop this spam from happening again?

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  • Kimberly Fernandez

    What is the solution to stopping the spam requestor from <#>@qq.com?  I am getting the same from the web form. I added @qq.com to the blocklist and the emails are still coming through. Is this a bug on the blocklist feature?

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  • Hiedi Kysther
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hey Kimberly, 

    Make sure you are following the correct format when adding qq.com in your blocklist. For reference:

    • When using keywords, type the keyword followed by a colon with no space after the colon (for example, reject:megaspam.com). Separate multiple entries with a space, and add the keyword before each entry (for example, reject:randomspammer@gmail.com reject:megaspam.com reject:spammerspace.com). See Allowlist and blocklist usage examples.

    Hope this helps!

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