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Old 16th March 2006, 14:14
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Default Antispam on domain basis

Hello,

is it possible to limit spamassassin on domain basis? Can is give antispam functionality to a domain when restricting it to other domains?

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You mean you want to enable spamassassin for a whole web site at once without having to enable it for every single user of that web site? No, that's not possible without changing ISPConfig's source code.
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