Saving a copy of spam with postfix/spamassassin?

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Author: big tomLocation: UK PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:51 pm    Post subject: Saving a copy of spam with postfix/spamassassin?
Long time no see Smile

I've been given a FreeBSD box running postfix and spamassassin to look after at work. I've never had to deal with postfix or spamassassin so I'm trying to learn as I go Rolling Eyes

The box is set up purely as a spam filter for our MS Exchange 2003 server. We were using AntiGen to do spam filtering until now, so releasing a false-positive that had been flagged as spam was easy as pie.
We've pulled antigen out now and spamassassin is doing all the filtering.

What I want is for all mail that gets blocked as spam to be sent to a mailbox so it can be reviewed, and so any false positives can be forwarded on to the intended recipient.

I've been googling my little heart out and not really found what I need.

If anyone could even just point me in the right direction, that'd be great Smile


Author: hebaLocation: Cremona (Italy) PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 12:24 pm    Post subject:
depend how you set the blacklist:

1) the blacklist is created about locking the e-mail


2) the blacklist is created about locking the spam word.

The first solution is much difficult to management, because sometimes can be e-mail people signed like spammer but they aren't (e-mail spoofing).
In this case you can create a whitelist with the false positive e-mail

2) in this case you can change the balcklist words

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