question about spam store option
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Wed Mar 9 17:40:40 GMT 2005
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Peter Bonivart wrote:
> Jeff A. Earickson wrote:
>> High Scoring Spam Actions = store delete
> You can drop the delete action there for improved clarity.
>> So I looked at some of the stored samples (thank you for creating
>> a spam subdir in quarantine!) and realized that MS stores the virgin
>> message, no MS headers added. So I have to grep thru my syslog to
>> find out what MS really thought of the message in terms of SA scoring,
>> phishing, html disarming, etc. For spam storage, any chance this
>> info could be scribbled into a file in quarantine spam subdir somehow?
> That's the way it is for both archive and quarantine, I have never had a
> problem with it since I always end up in the quarantine after checking
> the logs anyway.
I intentionally leave the quarantined messages as close to the original
message as I possibly can. I don't plan on changing that any time soon,
it actually makes life quite awkward for me to change this.
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