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    Hello, we have some accounts receiving SPAM mail which is fine but users who use Microsoft Outlook not receiving emails that were categorized as SPAM which is not really like are entering this web site by selecting the SPAM, there is some how to tell Zimbra to stop the SPAM check for an account or domain?

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    Are you asking for a particular user/domain that not SPAM checking is performed ?

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    If you are asking whether you can disable the anti spam features built into Zimbra you can, but it is server wide not per user.

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    I want to disabe the anti spam features to a specific domain or if exist another way to do that i'll apreciated

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    You can probably create exceptions to SA checks by modifying /opt/zimbra/conf/amavisd.conf.in

    Look in the section # ENVELOPE SENDER SOFT-WHITELISTING / SOFT-BLACKLISTING.

    If the per-recipient personal tables can take wildcards in substrings, then I think you have a solution.

    Also see User white/black list here Improving Anti-spam system - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Hi ewilen thanks for reply,

    Reviewing see that then you can add whitelist any sender domains, but I want SPAM Zimbra not check for a domain where the Zimbra manage multiple email accounts.

    I explain the case better:

    Before Zimbra users have had no idea of the spam that was entering their mailbox as my previous mail server simply rejecting the emails and the user had no knowledge of this, now when the user arrives SPAM or false SPAM these do not reach your Inbox but the Junk folder and now my users are angry about what they want the server to stop checking or sorting the mail as SPAM.

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    I'm still not entirely sure I understand. To be frank, there's a language barrier. It might help to pose your question in both English and your native language.

    But let's see if any of these ideas help.

    First, you can disable spamassassin entirely and optionally go back to relying on just MTA-level RBL checks, which reject mail outright instead of sorting them. (Servers > Services; Global Settings > MTA.)

    Second if you want to disable spam checks for just some of your domains on zimbra, you can probably use the @spam_lovers_maps variable, which is in the amavisd.conf.in file, just commented out. See Bypass amavisd-new scanning HOWTO (you can search Google for other discussion of @spam_lovers_maps usage).

    Finally if you want to have domain-wide but not zimbra-wide whitelists, you can probably use one of the commented-out per-recipient personal tables and change the recipient to a wildcard or substring. Thus
    Code:
    # ## per-recipient personal tables  (NOTE: positive: black, negative: white)
    # 'user1@example.com'  => [{'bla-mobile.press@example.com' => 10.0}],
    becomes
    Code:
    # ## per-recipient personal tables  (NOTE: positive: black, negative: white)
     '.@recipient_domain'  => [{'sender_domain1' => -10.0
                                'sender_domain2' => -10.0}],
    (using a wildcard) or maybe
    Code:
    # ## per-recipient personal tables  (NOTE: positive: black, negative: white)
     '@recipient_domain'  => [{'sender_domain' => -10.0
                               'sender_domain2' => -10.0}],
    (using just a substring).

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