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Old 5th May 2006, 08:14
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Hey all,

I have found that even though I have spam filter disabled under ispconfig for a domain I see in the logs that it is still cleaning some of those messages. Can someone talk me through a quick and dirty way to remove all spam filters from the machine? I know it goes against all logic but we are trying to collect spam and this is the only domain on the server. Thanks all

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Old 5th May 2006, 08:57
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To disable spamassassin in the users, the procmail recipes must be changed.

This happens when you deactivate spamassassin in the iSPConfig interface for every user. make sure you dont mix it up with the mailscan option, which is not spamassassin.
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