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Spam Boxes

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by leftofcentre, Jun 24, 2003.

  1. leftofcentre

    leftofcentre Member

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    I noticed this in cPanel/WHM News

    Spam Boxes Users can now choose to have all spam tagged by SpamAssassin sent to a folder called 'spam' instead of their 'inbox'. (7.0.0 build 1 or later only)

    How do i going about configering this and setting up the spam boxes?

    If anyone from CPanel is reading this, you need to tell users how to use/access the new features/updates you make.

    Thanks in advance.

    Brian

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    imagic Well-Known Member

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    Can someone please answer this question.

    How do you set up spamassassin to put spam into a box named spam?

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    This is done automatically with cPanel 7. Mail marked as spam will be diverted into an IMAP folder labeled spam under the main email account.

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    Thanks, does spam assisin support custom white lists, if so can i put in my own entries?

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    Yes it supports white lists. You can either edit spam assassins config within cPanel or you can do so via via the command line:

    edit: /home/user/.spamassassin/user_prefs

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    Where abouts is this in Cpanel? Is it in WHM, if so where abouts?

    Also any idea when cpanel 7 stable version will be released?

    Thanks for your help

    Brian

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    The web based config 'thingy' for spam assassin should be in the same section where you enable / disable spam assassin. If you don't see that feature, then perhaps your skin doesn't support it. Try switching to the X skin.

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