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    Question Spamtrain and Relay Proxy working together?

    Hello,

    we have configured in Zimbra a Relay-MTA (xx.xxx.26.201) and set the trusted networks (zimbraMtaMyNetworks) to the complete netadress (xx.xxx.xx.192/28).
    zimbraReverseProxyLookupTarget - active
    zimbraMtaDnsLookupsEnabled - active
    reject_non_fqdn_sender - active
    zimbraSpamKillPercent: 75
    zimbraSpamTagPercent: 33

    xx.xxx.xx.201 - Webmin Mailproxy
    xx.xxx.xx.202 - Zimbra Mailserver

    Now the problem. If we marked Mails as Spam, Zimbra make a copy to the spam.rcilbyxy5z Account. On one day we have ~400 Mails marked as Spammails.

    But Autotrain themse not work, because the spam is to much. Some Words like ****** or XXX in the Header are 100% Spam and not for the inbox.
    And i have testet it with some "daily" mails like "douglas-newsletter". I set ~300 of it as Spam and the mails don't auto move to spam.

    Is the Proxy the problem, like all Mails from this Server a white listed without any check?

    Is there any way to look into the spam database and the words in it?

    thanks for help!
    Last edited by Z18a8; 06-03-2014 at 01:43 AM.

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