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Can i change spam box directory?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by ruiz, Oct 5, 2013.

  1. ruiz

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    Hi,

    Enabling spambox delivers the emails tagged as spam to ".spam" directory. How can this be changed so that the spams are delivered to ".Junk" directory instead of ".spam" directory?

    Asking my clients to subscribe to the .spam folder when there's already a default Spam folder enabled is... kinda messy :)

    Also i could just disable spambox and forward junk to the Junk folder using cpanel filters, however there's no option to forward to the affected account Junk folder, only to a speciffic folder.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. ruiz

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    Thanks Infopro i did exactly that yesterday and its working perfectly!!

    However i'm a little insecure because i dont know what all that code actually does. Would be cool if someone comes up with a simpler option.

    Thanks anyway!!
     
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