here is my situation:
I've set an "ALLOW" rule (into the section "SPAM RATING") to all the messages sent "TO" a specific DOMAIN(example DOMAINX.IT) so that all the messages to DOMAINX.IT are delivered regardless of any spam rating etc.
But I've noticed that there are still some mails to DOMAINX.IT stopped by spam rating (Message marked as spam with score: 4.08, threshold 4.00).
How can this happen?
Is there something that can override the Spam filter?
where can i find a Kerio Mailserver Error Code manual?
ex: php_utils.cpp: webmail getMessageContent: Bad message uid (folder: ~pippo<_at_>DOMINIOX.it/INBOX; uid: 946)
php_utils.cpp: webmail forceDelete: Folder error (~pippo<_at_>DOMINIOX.it/INBOX: invalid uid: 946)
I've seen mail end up in the Junk E-mail folder even if our server doesn't flag it as spam. It seems to happen if a mail server on the outside does spam checks and sets the X-Spam-Flag to yes. I don't know why you'd not only spam check outgoing mail, but then allow it to go once it's determined to be spam.
Anyhow, I used to see this often enough when we were still using POP3 and had the spam filters disabled. The best bet would be to disable the default spam message rule from within webmail. Then it'll go into the inbox regardless of the X-Spam-Flag value.
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