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aaron311

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I have many users that use POP to get their mail. I've instructed them to redirect any spam that isn't marked to "spam<_a.t_>mydomain.com". My idea is that I would then log into the spam mailbox and manually mark the messages as spam through webmail.

Will this work correctly, or will redirecting negatively affect SpamAssassin?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I'm not sure what do you mean with "redirected email". If you mean forwarded then it will negatively affect Spam Assassin for sure as the message will be different from original one.
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aaron311

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Well, the users will highlight the message in Apple Mail, then select the Message menu, and select "Redirect". See attached image.

It appears like the original message then shows up in my "spam" mailbox, but the headers are somewhat changed.

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sgongola

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Redirect does add to the headers but copying/moving into another folder does not.

We use pop with MS Outlook but we also have KOC for shared calendars and folders. For the occasional email problem, forwarding an email from Outlook to support often leaves out all the headers so we set up a shared folder to drop problem emails into for investigation.

I am not sure how it works with Apple Mail but can you set up an IMAP account with a shared folder where users can drop spam?
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aaron311

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That's a good idea. I might investigate doing that in the future.
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