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    Default Tagged as spam, delivered to inbox?

    Version 4.5.10_GA_1575.RHEL4_64

    From the headers of a message in the inbox:

    X-Virus-Scanned: amavisd-new at
    X-Spam-Flag: YES
    X-Spam-Score: 10.321
    X-Spam-Level: **********
    X-Spam-Status: Yes, score=10.321 tagged_above=-10 required=4.6

    Shouldn't these emails get delivered to the "Junk" or "Junk E-Mail" box of the users accounts?

    TIA

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    No takers with any suggestions?

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    I've seen this happen before when a user had incorrectly configured a mail filter.
    Account was foo@bar.com -> deliver mail from foo@bar.com to inbox.

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    No mail filters configured, do I need to do this with all 500 users?

    The web interface does not show a rewrite of the subject line with {SPAM} and delivers to the inbox even though the the spam level is far beyond the threshold.

    Has to be a config issue that is not - "out of the box".

    I am familiar w/spamassassin but don't want to go hacking if Zimbra has an "official" way of doing things.

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    Just adding my comments to this thread, I seem to have the same problem on one of our servers that is running 5.0.2. Tagged spam is being delivered to the users "Inbox" folder.

    There is a temporary measure to remedy this which is to create a mail filter rule based on the spam headers to move the message to junk. The problem with doing this though is that we would need to apply the filter to every single mailbox which would become extremely time consuming. Is there something server side that we might need to alter?

    Regards,
    Gary

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    I'm interested in what Gary is referring to, because I don't want to do spam processing via Zimbra. Prior to Zimbra's implementation, we had been using mimedefang + sendmail + imap. Our mimedefang filter is quite complex, packed with 6 years of feature addition, and isn't going to be migrated to Zimbra any time soon. It is the spam tagging / etc box. All spam processing is off in Zimbra... and will remain that way.

    This being the case, is there any way I can set a global filter that will effect all users? Barring that, is there an easy way to setup mail filters on a user per user basis? If I can use zmprov to do so, I can just shell script something to check for the filter on every user account, and add it if not existent...

    This way, I can at least get junk mail to appear in the junk folder. Company policy is to not bounce anything, so spam goes to the junk folder (or, should be

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    Default MIMEdefang / user based filtering

    We're also very interested in a user based filtering configuration. Does anyone know of a solution like MIMEdefang for Zimbra?

    Specifically, we're looking to specify which users can send attachments.

    I've posted a few queries but have never received any response...

    Thanks to anyone who knows...

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    This is exactly what i am looking for. Is there any server based spam filter on subject header?

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    Hi Nero, we are looking for something that can block selected users from being able to send attachments.

    It's a security issue, some people can't send files or any attachments from our network. They don't have clearance...

    Is this what you are looking for?

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