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Old 3rd May 2009, 19:01
mghens mghens is offline
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In defense of the ISPConfig's settings, I have worked at companies where deleting of spam is a cardinal sin. One man spam was another's million dollar deal. What we did was store all spam for later retrieval.

I have not tried out the spam bucket

It would be interesting to integrate something like: Maia Mailguard. Something to give a per user instead of per site manager access to spam settings.

On my system, I don't want to deal with that and delete incoming spam.

It is what I would call in my day job a "Management decision."
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