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    Question [SOLVED] zimbra spam learning accounts

    i have 2 zimbra server.
    if server A's SPAM account forwards all its spam to Server B's SPAM account
    will server B learn from SERVER A
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    Yes I believe that to be the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig View Post
    i have 2 zimbra server.
    if server A's SPAM account forwards all its spam to Server B's SPAM account
    will server B learn from SERVER A
    Only if the mail is forwarded as attachments, as you can't forward mail automatically as an attachment the answer would be no.
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    What if you were to do it at the postfix level Bill ? Effectively performing a CC so that the headers stay in-tact and without the SA information.

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    It might work, there's only one way to confirm it.
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    Instead of splitting into server A and server B, it might be possible to set up a filter in a honeypot account that simply takes all incoming messages and moves them to the "Junk" folder. . .now that moving messages to the Junk folder automatically trains spam, I think that should work too. . .though as Bill implies I haven't tried it so can't say for sure.
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