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    Ok, one last question on this subject for now (I think)... Do these instructions on setting up DSPAM with Zimbra allow for the users to email spam to an address to train the filters. I believe by default this is supposed to be something like spam-username@domain.com. This would be extremely useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcolombo
    Ok, one last question on this subject for now (I think)... Do these instructions on setting up DSPAM with Zimbra allow for the users to email spam to an address to train the filters. I believe by default this is supposed to be something like spam-username@domain.com. This would be extremely useful.

    Thanks,

    Vince
    I don't think it covers a per-user spam address. We do have the ability to copy mail to a special SPAM mailbox when user's hit the 'Junk' button.
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    Ok, then I have to ask one more question (that was sort of asked but not answered in my message before last)... How exactly do I train the dspam (or Spamassassin) filters then? I know it's zmtrainsa, but how do I use this utility? Do I have to know each users username and password to train against their Junk folder or do I somehow do this as an admin to train against all messages marked as junk?

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    Vince

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    question. for this setup did you install a seperate version of mysql. I noticed the paths for mysql were not where zimbra installs it. And if thats the case is that the only way to do it or can you install it on the same mysql instance.
    Im running centos4

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    I used the following options rather than the MySQL paths specified in the original instructions of this thread:

    --with-mysql-includes=/opt/zimbra/mysql/include \
    --with-mysql-libraries=/opt/zimbra/mysql/lib \

    This seemed to work just fine for me.

    -Vince

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    Ok I got dspam set up ok but its not moving the spam it flags into the junk box. This message was flagged as spam by dspam but not SpamAssassin and was not moved into the junk box. Any suggestions would be helpfull.

    -Authentication-Warning: localhost.localdomain: apache set sender to LLXDSYFEF@mascagni.it using -f
    Subject: Quick refinance quote from Cub Lenders
    Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
    boundary="------------Next_Part43420973.APR"
    X-DSPAM-Result: Spam
    X-DSPAM-Processed: Thu Jan 19 19:55:32 2006
    X-DSPAM-Confidence: 0.5283
    X-DSPAM-Probability: 1.0000
    X-DSPAM-Signature: 43d0350444181322072704
    X-DSPAM-Factors: 15,
    X-Virus-Scanned: amavisd-new at
    X-Spam-Status: No, score=6.48 tagged_above=-10 required=6.6 autolearn=no
    tests=[BAYES_99=3.5, DATE_IN_FUTURE_24_48=2.688, FORGED_RCVD_HELO=0.135,
    HTML_FONT_FACE_BAD=0.156, HTML_MESSAGE=0.001]
    X-Spam-Score: 6.48
    X-Spam-Level: ******

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    Set up a filter to move DSPAM tagged stuff to your junk folder...

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    May also want to change your kill level. We set the defaults pretty soft. You've got it killing at 6.6, here at Zimbra after some training we let it kill at 4 (which would have got this message at 6.48).
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    Creating a filter with the gui isnt a solution. From what I understand those would have to be created on every mailbox individualy. Dspam.conf should have a way to send the flagged messages to my spam@domain.com account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splat
    Creating a filter with the gui isnt a solution. From what I understand those would have to be created on every mailbox individualy. Dspam.conf should have a way to send the flagged messages to my spam@domain.com account.
    I've seen some solutions for this sort of thing with Postfix filters. See "Configuring virtual delivery using DSpam" at http://www.mooluv.com/Leeman/dspam.html Maybe it could be adapted?

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