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Old 16th December 2009, 11:32
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To me it seems to be more a problem of the spamfilter on the local system and not the filter in ispconfig as the ispconfig filter acts correctly. The filter on the local system should ignore these ip addresses and only use the real sender IP and not any IP addresses that the mail passed on the way to the receiver. As you run already a spamfilter on the ispconfig system, you should remove the filter on the local system.
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