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    Hi there,

    We are on Zimbra 8.0.4 Network Edition and I'm wondering if there is a way we can create an address temporarily to catch messages above our spam kill percentage just to make sure we don't have too many false positives. There is a device infront of Zimbra catching a bunch of spam but once it passes that device I'm getting a few complains about missing email. If I forward on the original email from our spam / archiving device it makes it though with a negative score (makes sense) but I'm unable to to see the initial score Zimbra tagged it as.

    I seem to remember a likesspam option or similar in the past on the forum but am not having any luck in finding it.

    Thanks!

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsaeks View Post
    We are on Zimbra 8.0.4 Network Edition and I'm wondering if there is a way we can create an address temporarily to catch messages above our spam kill percentage just to make sure we don't have too many false positives.
    If an email is above the Kill percentage it will be dropped (i.e. removed) - that's why it's called "kill".
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