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Kira 27th September 2011 02:25

SpamAsassin and IMAP
 
Hi,

I have installed ISPConfig3 using the tutorial that was called something like "Perfect Server for Debian". It's running perfectly and is great, but - one thing.

SpamAsassin is very good in detecting spam, but right now it appends an ***SPAM*** to the mail subject.. if now a mail was wrong marked as spam, my Mail program can't change the mail subject to remvoe the ***SPAM***....

Also, the spam is still flooding my Inbox...

So, since I am using IMAP is it possible to move all the SPAM to a spam-folder (that's NOT part of my Inbox)?

Additionaly, is it possible to get a weekly spam report mail, like GMX does it? This way one doesn't have to look trought the spam folder all the time... simply check the spam-report mail once a week to see if something important was marked as spam.


Is this possible to do, and if so.. how? :)

Thanks,
Kira

till 27th September 2011 10:00

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So, since I am using IMAP is it possible to move all the SPAM to a spam-folder (that's NOT part of my Inbox)?
See mailbox settings in ispconfig, there is a checkbox to move spam emails to junk folder.

Kira 27th September 2011 13:29

Cool, thanks a lot :)

It is still appending the ***SPAM*** to the subject, can I disable this somehow?
I think this is not needed if it's moved to the JUNK folder.


And is there any way to create such a weekly SpamReport-Mail?

Thanks a lot,
Kira

Kira 27th September 2011 13:49

I've found the setting to change the subject.. :)

So, only "problem" left is the weekly spam report.

Thanks,
Kira


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