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Account Level Spam filter redirect to Spam Box

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by gunsuka, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. gunsuka

    gunsuka Member

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    Yea, I know this thread is VERY old but in my searching this is the only one I can find.

    Mod Note: Original Thread

    I am trying to do exactly with the OP was trying to do back in 2009.

    I have an account level filter (called Global Email Filters now in Lantern) and when the account level filter triggers I want to move the message into the specific user's spam folder.

    EXIM has a variable $local_part but if I attempt to use it cPanel escapes the $ in the filtering rule it is generating. Here is an example of a filter that cPanel might create to be used by EXIM.

    Code:
    if
    foranyaddress $h_to:,$h_cc:,$h_bcc: ( $thisaddress contains "@example.com" )
    and $message_headers contains "from nobody"
    then
    save "$home/mail/example.com/\\$local_part/.Junk/" 660
    endif
    
    You can see that cPanel is using the EXIM variable $home but if I try and use $local_part it gets escaped.

    Is there any way to inform cPanel that I want to use a variable and that it is actually not a string?
     
    #1 gunsuka, Aug 6, 2015
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  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    There's no native support for this when creating filters through cPanel. You may want to open a feature request for native support of that variable in the filter drop-down options:

    Submit A Feature Request

    Thank you.
     
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