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    Default [SOLVED] import email addresses in to blacklist

    Is it possible to import an existing blacklist (e.g. your outlook list) to zimbra? And if so how can this be done?

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    If you have it in a text file you could do it from the command line with zmprov.

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    We do have a commandline, could you point me in the right direction as to which command of zmprov i need to perform it? I can only find a maximum number of blacklist items.

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    Code:
    zmprov ma user@domain.com +amavisBlacklistSender nasty@user.net

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    Thanks, is there also a way to set it for the whole server rather then per useraccount?

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    Thanks for the valuable solution.

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