- Plesk for Linux
- Plesk for Windows
How to train SpamAssassin on a Plesk server?
Enable Apply individual settings to spam filtering option in Tools & Settings > Spam Filter.
Go to Domains > example.com > Email Addresses > email@example.com > Spam Filter.
Press the OK button to apply the changes.
Train the spam filter and improve its accuracy by moving spam messages from
Spam, and non-spam messages from
Note: Spam training is performed on a daily basis while the Plesk daily task ( For Linux servers / For Windows servers ). In case it is required to run the
ExecuteSpamtrainutility manually, execute the command below via command-line:
# plesk daily ExecuteSpamtrain
Note: All messages are automatically removed from the
Spamfolder after 30 days. Move all non-spam messages back to the
Inboxfolder after performing the Plesk daily task.
Log into the server via SSH.
Place all existing spam messages for example into the spam folder of the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox.
Run the command below to generate the antispam database:
# sa-learn --spam /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/johndoe/Maildir/.Spam/cur/
Copy the generated files from the step №3 from
.spamassassinfolder of the required mailbox, for the example email@example.com:
# cp /root/.spamassassin/* /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/johndoe/.spamassassin/
Set the correct ownership for the copied files by executing the command below:
# chown -R popuser:popuser /var/qmail/mailnames/example.com/johndoe/.spamassassin/*
Note: after the steps above the antispam database will be applied to firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox.