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nedflanders

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We are using kerio mail with IMAP and i would like to create a folder where users can drop spam emails into and have kerio use that folder to build a spam list. is that possible?

I worked for a company that had that feature in another groupware mail product and it really eliminated a lot of the spam.

thanks
nf

[Updated on: Thu, 19 January 2006 15:49]

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Zakk

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this is really simple:

- create a user named <spam<_at_>YourDomain.com>

- Rules for detected Spam (spam-assasin & custom spam rules)
> foreward to <spam<_at_>YourDomain.com>

the rest is simple: when a user detects a spam message which com threough the anti-spam filter, press the button <mark as spam> in webinterface and the message will automatically moved to spam account and the the ruleset of spamassasin grows.

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sedell

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Kerio already does this for IMAP users with the Junk E-mail folder. Just move a message into the Junk E-mail folder, and this has the same effect as hitting the Spam button in webmail or KOC.

The same thing applies to messages that are marked as spam and are not. Just drag the message out of the Junk E-mail folder.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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sedell wrote on Thu, 19 January 2006 16:46



The same thing applies to messages that are marked as spam and are not. Just drag the message out of the Junk E-mail folder.



... Just drag the message out of the Junk E-mail folder and drop it into the Inbox folder.

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nedflanders

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awesome! thanks for the info guys...

nf
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