when i run the command,
zmtrainsa localhost firstname.lastname@example.org <pass> spam Junk
it shows the following.
I'm wondering what the message
"config: could not find site rules directory" means? I'm trying to get our spam filter to work better as it seems to be letting alot of email through for canadian medical/doctor spam emails through.
Learned from 1 message(s) (1 message(s) examined).
reading message email@example.com@localhost.localdomain:93 of 1981 (1500 header octets) . (308 body octets) config: could not find site rules directory
fetchmail: terminated with signal 2
config: could not find site rules directory
Also for users with Outlook, since there is no "Junk" button like with the webmail can I have them forward the spam email to firstname.lastname@example.org which is then aliased to the spam training account on the zimbra server? Does this work just as well?
I think that error is related to the path issue. I had something similar and had to manually create a ln to another directory and that fixed it.
Bob Ridenour's fix works for me. 4.5.4 GA on RHEL4 (32-bit). zmtrainsa broke after upgrade from 4.5.2 to 4.5.4.
Great guys, This also worked for me.. CentOS5 with 4.5.5 Zimbra version!