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    Default Modifying junk/no junk button behavior

    hi All,


    I'd like to modify the behaviour of these buttons or create new buttons.
    In fact I want mails to be forwarded to training addresses as attachment.

    Is it possible?

    Thanks,
    tamas

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    Quote Originally Posted by tompos View Post
    I'd like to modify the behaviour of these buttons or create new buttons.
    Not possible unless you want to modify the source code and rebuild Zimbra.

    Quote Originally Posted by tompos View Post
    In fact I want mails to be forwarded to training addresses as attachment.
    Why would you want to do that?
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    I want to use clapf as spam filter and it needs training emails as attachments.

    What about creating a new button. Is is it possible in simple way?

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