OK, I'm getting really fed-up of spam, so thought I'd give CP6.4's new SA setup a go - the old 5.3 didn't really allow configuration. I like that you can now configure it not to change the subject line and add whitelists etc. What would really make it useful is to be able to whitelist the To: address as well. For example, I want SA to do it's stuff on my Email address, but other users within my domain don't like it. There doesn't seem to be any way to apply SA to only certain Email addresses or users within a domain/account. Is there a way to whitelist a To: address? Also, the only way I can think of really making SA useful is if it can do either of the following: A). delete the spam rather than mark it. B). move suspected spam to a different INBOX (e.g. a spam box you only check once a month) I don't want to use client-side filtering to do this, I don't want the spam to leave the server. I would think procmail (or exim) could do this, but SA is executed at the end of the delivery process, so filters/forward files have already been processed. Other than that I'm about ready to make my 5 year Email address into an autoresponder that says "I have changed my Email address to...." and use another address - but do you think spammers would read the bounce messages and harvest my new address (or cause a huge mailqueue due to them using non-existant addresses).