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Thread: Zimbra mutli-server configuration and spam trainning.

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    Default Zimbra mutli-server configuration and spam trainning.

    Hello all,

    I am planning to setup a large-scale zimbra platform using Zimbra OSE.
    I have a multi-server setup involving:
    * 1 Zimbra LDAP (master)
    * 2 Zimbra Mailboxd
    * 1 Zimbra MTA.

    My question is quite simple, but I'm not sure I really understand how it is working.
    In a single-node setup, zimbra-mta spam-trainning is looking to 2 mailboxes where users can drop spam. But how does it work when we have separates MTA and Mailbox server ?

    As an example, when users on the first mailbox server drop mail in the spam training account, the MTA server (which is not on the same server) _must_ connect to this account to learn spam as SpamAssassin/ClamAV is not running on mailbox server. But I'm not sure it does...

    Can you help me to understand how it work.. or not

    Thanks a lot.

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    Welcome to the forums

    Have a look at and the third post down

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    Thank for your help.
    But I dont understand to overall architecture of your setup.

    The thing you do is to tell all SpamAssassin from all mailbox server to store data on remote database located on first zimbra mta.

    Is that right ?

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