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Old 19th September 2007, 16:35
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I want to automatically forward the SPAM mails detected by Spamassasin to Knujon and then have it deleted automatically on the server.

Is there a way to do this as at the moment ISPConfig only provides accept/discard.

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You can achieve this by modifying the spamassassin.rc procmail recipe in the home directory of the user. If you want to do this for all new or updated users, edit the master template of the file in /root/ispconfig/isp/conf/ too.
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If I do that does that mean that the settings in ISPConfig Control Panel wouldn't matter anymore?
Meaning the customer could select accept or decline in in either ways the settings in procmail.rc would be executed?
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.procmailrc and all included files are owned by root, and only root is allowed to write to them, so your users can't change them.
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