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How to configure SpamAssassin on a Plesk server?

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    Unknown User

    I don't even have Spam Filter in Domains > example.com > Email Addresses > info@example.com

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Kironet, could you specify, do you have SpamAssassin installed? 

    What version of Plesk and OS do you use?

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    Francesco

    How to set "Move to SPAM folder" as default option for all inbox/domains?

     

    this option is only shown in per-inbox "Spam Filter" Tab

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    Denis Bykov

    Hello @Francesco.

    This functionality is yet to be implemented in Plesk. Please refer to this article for the workaround.

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    MarcoAndreas

    Serverweit werden SPAM-Mails vom Server abgelehnt - statt diese in der Betreffzeile zu markieren :(

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