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    roland, so can I get a copy of the latest build? or alternatively, can you tell me how to add an attribute with a base64 encoded value, using zmprov?


    Quote Originally Posted by schemers
    It worked for me, but that was against my latest build, so maybe that change when in after M1.

    roland

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    Default not to forget zimbraSpamHeader and zimbraSpamHeaderValue

    There are two global config attributes called zimbraSpamHeader and zimbraSpamHeaderValue. The latter can be a regex. By default these are populated with "X-Spam-Flag" and "yes". If you use a spam filter that adds a different header, you should change these two attrs. The destination if these two are set and match
    is the Spam folder. These attrs can be set with zmprov mcf.

    Roland is right - true global filters are somewhere in the future - this is just a simple config to globally redirect spam to the Spam folder.

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    Thank you. So let me clarify, if the spam checker already inserts the X-Spam-Flag with a YES attribute, then by default zimbra will automatically put them int he Junk folder?


    Quote Originally Posted by anand
    There are two global config attributes called zimbraSpamHeader and zimbraSpamHeaderValue. The latter can be a regex. By default these are populated with "X-Spam-Flag" and "yes". If you use a spam filter that adds a different header, you should change these two attrs. The destination if these two are set and match
    is the Spam folder. These attrs can be set with zmprov mcf.

    Roland is right - true global filters are somewhere in the future - this is just a simple config to globally redirect spam to the Spam folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tron
    Thank you. So let me clarify, if the spam checker already inserts the X-Spam-Flag with a YES attribute, then by default zimbra will automatically put them int he Junk folder?
    yes, that is correct, those are the out of the box defaults.

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