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    Default Spam filter, server wide or per domain?

    I have my Zimbra server set up with all my users and a daily Imapsync currently, but it is not in production yet and is on another IP. Currently it is functioning with a test subdomain and a few test accounts. If I were to forward a massive amount of spam from my current production mail server to an account on the test domain, could I used that to train up the spam filters for both domains?

    EDIT: Oops, posted in wrong forum, this should probably in Administrators.
    Last edited by quietas; 07-25-2008 at 10:35 AM.
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