Spam learning email?
I use ZCS with POP email access. I love it, but some spam gets through. Is there a way to fetch locally discovered spammy emails back to ZCS for Spamassassin to lear?
I thought of maybe special, internal email account like spam@...?
How would you approach such a problem?
Why do you use POP3? You'd have a far better experience with IMAP or better with Zimbra Desktop - they have better controls for manipulating mail and ZD also exposes the Spam training function.
Originally Posted by leraVnt32
I understand your points, but my goal is not to leave my email on server at all (well, just for a week). So, POP3 that is. For now I just log into webclient from time to time and mark spam messages.
You may want to check out the admin guide (see the "Training the Spam Filter" section ) :
When ZCS is installed unique spam and ham accounts/mailboxes are created. You'll want to find those on your system, then send appropriate spam/ham emails to their respective spam/ham mailboxes as rfc822 attachments.