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Old 6th January 2011, 17:40
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Default Spamming MailBox!!

Hello,

I'm currently testing the new platform ISPCONFIG3 the moment it goes well and I greatly thank the directors for their valuable assistance.
I just created a letter box and it is the subject of spam!
It must be setup to block all spam.

values found in the mailbox tab is not clear to me:
- No-paying
- Uncensored
-Wants all spam
-Wants all viruses
-Normal
Trigger-happy
permissive-

thank you again for your help

Sincerely,
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Old 6th January 2011, 17:42
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This are the spamfilter policys, you find the details under spamfilter policys.
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Old 8th January 2011, 10:09
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Thank you again Till it's ok

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Lightbulb Set Policy for all domains accounts.

I migrated lots of acconts to new server using SOAP all right.
But not appling spam polices by default. Have any way to automate this process?

Tediously make it manually for each account.

Set globally for a domain a default policy for all users no have setup a policy. I see policy set on database table. if this not set for user set a domain policy global using script or anyting on control panel.
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The easiest way is to set the policy for the domain, then it applies automatically to all mail accounts that belong to that domain.
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Old 19th January 2011, 20:22
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The easiest way is to set the policy for the domain, then it applies automatically to all mail accounts that belong to that domain.
And if any user apply individual setting override the domain configuration for this user?
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Yes. As described in the manual.
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