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    Default sending mail marked spam into junk

    i have a mailgw in front of a lot of servers, zimbra and not;
    some emails are marked spam with usual
    *** SPAM ***
    by amavis on mailgw and with such an object reach zimbra

    then, zimbra delivers these mails on inbox.

    question is:
    how can i accomodate zimbra configuration to get these mails delivered into *junk* folder instead of inbox?

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    the preferred way to handle this is to not modify the subject, but to add an additional header to the e-mails at mailgw, something like

    IsSpam: yes

    then modify the zimbra global config variables

    zimbraSpamHeader: IsSpam
    zimbraSpamHeaderValue: Yes

    then it will automatically put it in the junk folder

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    that's interesting...
    but i have searched for zimbraSpamHeader
    and i have found this
    Multi zimbraSpamHeader Values

    This is true, sadly ;(

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