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Fiachra

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Hi all,
I was wondering is there a central location (email address) that all emails go through on a server running Kerio.
My present setup is I have "Custom Rules" made under Content Filter -> Spam Filter menu and Kerio is setup to forward messages onto the spam<.a.t.>xxx.xx address. I find that there are legite messages being caught by the spam filters and thus I am sure spam is getting through to end users too. I was thinking if there was such a central location then I could weed out the spam and maybe train baysan filters to recognise the legite emails. I have noticed that the postmaster account seems to be the email address that is forwarding on the spam on behalf of the server to the selected spam address. The postmaster account is already setup to forward mails onto the admin address but I disabled the forwarding setting to see if the spam and legite email stayed in the postmaster webmail account, I left this setting as so for about 3 hrs but nothing was in the account over that time and I was still receiving spam at the spam address.
Anybody any ideas?

Fiachra.
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Fiachra

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Hi guys,
I was just wondering was my question too long and complicated or is there no central place?

Mise le meas,
Fiachra.
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winkelman

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Your question is not clear to me.
A catch all address for mail to non-users? Create a '*' alias.
You want to forward all rejected spam to a specific address? Yes, that's possible.
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