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Old 14th October 2011, 11:17
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It might be that the email has been delivered to your server with ***SPAM*** prepended to the subjec. This happens e.g. when the sender server runs a spamfilter on outgoing email too and this spamfilter tagged the mails and uses a different spam tag level then your server.

I was thought the same think...but same email on different server (without ispconfig) don't have ***SPAM*** on the subject. My opinion it's that the sender prepend the tag, the same email on two different receiver server will get the tag ***SPAM*** on the object...

It's there a way that also if I have setup @mynetworks on the amavisd-new some on the machine put the tag on the subject (assume that we have used perfect server installation)?

As always, thank you.
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