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SpamAssassin subject rewrite threshold

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by JanKrohn, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. JanKrohn

    JanKrohn Active Member

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    Hi,

    Where can I change the threshold to define when messages should be marked as spam? I currently have it at 5 I believe, which lets through too much spam still.

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  2. cPanelMichael

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    You can modify these value for individual accounts via the "Configure Apache SpamAssassin" option in:

    "cPanel >> Apache SpamAssassin"

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    Thanks for the reply! I've seen that setting already. In there, I can define the threshold at which spam messages get deleted, not the threshold at which spam message subjects get rewritten. Or did I overlook something?

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    Deleting at 5 is fine. But I also want to rewrite the subject if the spam index is between 2 and 5, so that these messages will be moved to the spam folder instead, and not permanently deleted.
     
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    You have to click on the "Configure Apache SpamAssassin" option. When you do so, you will see a field for "Required Score":

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