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Can't keep Spamassassin score set in X3 theme.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Xinil, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Xinil

    Xinil Member

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    Before I moved to the X3 theme I was able to switch around the spam assassin scores without any problem. But, now that I'm using the X3 theme, I'm having a hard time doing this.

    For one thing, why are there TWO locations to edit your SpamAssassin score? If you log in to a cpanel account, click 'SpamAssassin', you're given a drop down score from 1-10 to choose. After you select a number (let's say I chose 4)...what then? Are you supposed to click 'Enabled/Disable' Auto-delete Spam? Odd that it doesn't tell you what to do or give you a 'submit' option. Anyway, so I clicked 'disable auto-delete spam', click 'back' and the score is set to 5 again. Odd, so this time I set it to 4, and click 'enable auto-delete spam'. Updates, click back, still set to 5. Refresh...still 5. Hmmm.

    So I click 'Configure Spamassassin' on the bottom. Ah yeah, the old method to changing your scores. I set this one to 4, and it sticks. I can refresh and it will say 4. But, what's the first page for with the drop down score? How do I change that? Do I need to change it?

    Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Did you click the back link or the back button in your web browser. If you click the back button in your browser, it would still say 5 - but if you click the back button on the page, it will display the new setting.

    Configure Spamassassin will let you set the threshold at which something would be marked as spam (and if you have spambox enabled, be placed in your spambox).

    The drop-down for auto-delete means if spam reaches that score, it will automatically be deleted (rather than marked as spam and treated appropriately, such as placed in spambox).
     
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