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Old 14th April 2009, 05:09
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Default ISPCONFIG 3: Spamfilter bug

Hi all

Spamassassin do not regards at the receiver. If I have domain kyz.ch and have a user info there and somone sends a spam at info@kanuschule to the server for example it do it in the inbox at info@kyz.ch.

Whats going wrong?

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Old 14th April 2009, 10:53
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There is no known bug, so its very likely a misconfiguration in your server. Where exactly did you configure the settings? ISPConfig uses amavisd which loads spamassassin internally and not spamd, so if you configure something for spamd it will never be used.
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