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Bud Durland

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I noticed that my Junk E-Mail folder is empty, and asking around found that several other user's junk folder are also empty. We have the domain level setting to clear the Junk Mail folder after 10 days, but this implies nothing new is landing there. We have our mail server front-ended by SpamTitan, but there were always a few messages that the Kerio rules would catch and tag.

We have a few dozen custom spam rules, some of which are to over-ride the spam tagging from known good senders. NONE of them have been tripped for more than 30 days, which is bizarre. We are running Connect 9.0.3 on Debian, 64 bit. We are not licensed for the "kerio antispam", I tried doing a "service kerio-connect stop/start", but that seems to have had no effect. I'll reboot the server tonight, but is there anything else I should be looking for?
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