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    Can the AS/AV filter be enabled/disabled on a per-user basis in Zimbra?

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    No, per-user spam filters aren't supported.
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    Even with a tweak to the config file? I've got 1 problem user that got a false positive and freaked out.. wants his spam scanning disabled

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    Not as far as I know.

    If the user gets a false positive all he has to do is hit the 'not junk' button, that's what it's for and that why it's in the junk folder - he needs to train the system using that button and it will get better at recognising 'not junk' mail. If it really was marked as spam and failed your checks he wouldn't even see it.
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    It looks like you can do it with the spam_lovers map in the amavis config.. although the syntax I'm finding on the web differs greatly..

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    yes, you can do this with amavis sql support, i'll post a howto in the wiki shortly

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-gun12
    It looks like you can do it with the spam_lovers map in the amavis config.. although the syntax I'm finding on the web differs greatly..

    put in /opt/zimbra/conf/amavis.conf*

    read_hash(\%spam_lovers, '/etc/zimbra/spamlovers');

    In /etc/zimbra/spamlovers put your user address and/or alias address, one per line. Example
    claros@example.com
    cl4r0s@example.com


    execute zmamavisctl restart as zimbra user.

    You can find this solution and other in this wiki:

    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...ti-spam_system

    Claudio

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    Super.. most appreciated!

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