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    Default problems to edit /opt/zimbra/conf

    Hi all

    I have a zimbra server that is in ubuntu, since this a few weeks ago I cataloged my mails as spam, email is reviewing that and it fh_date_past_20xx ship a zimbra bug and found multiple souciones there for that, but the problem is not I can edit any of the files are in /opt/zimbra/conf/spamassassin because everyone has read-only permissions and although the change and can midificar to restart the service when they return as they were before.

    They know how I can change that or if I have to edit something for me to apply the changes?

    Thank you very much

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    follow this link and read the replies and links to the sulution to fh_date_past_20xx problem

    [SOLVED] FH_DATE_PAST_20XX - Spamassassin bug - incorrect tagging from Jan 1, 2010 on

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