Set this toggle to enabled to automatically delete messages that meet or exceed the Auto-Delete Threshold Score.
Make certain that you properly configure the Auto-Delete Threshold Score. Auto-Delete permanently deletes all messages with a calculated spam score that meet or exceeds the Auto-Delete Threshold Score. This could include non-spam messages, which would cause you to lose those messages.
Configure Auto-Delete Settings
Click Configure Auto-Delete Settings to configure the Auto-Delete Threshold Score. The system directs you to the Auto-Delete interface with the following options:
- Enable the Spam Auto-Delete is enabled. toggle in this interface to activate Auto-Delete if you did not do so in the Spam Filter interface.
- Select the desired Auto-Delete Threshold Score value. Click Update Auto-Delete Score to save your changes.
The Auto-Delete Threshold Score does not affect the Spam Threshold Score.
Additional Configurations (For Advanced Users)
This section allows you to customize the whitelist, blacklist, and individual test scores.
Only advanced users should configure these settings.
Click Show Additional Configurations to display the additional configuration options.
This section displays the account's current number of whitelisted items. Whitelists allow you to receive email from an email address that Apache SpamAssassin falsely marks as spam.
Click Edit Spam Whitelist Settings to configure the Spam Filters whitelist settings. The system directs you to the Whitelist interface.
When you add addresses to the whitelist, use
To add an email address to the whitelist, perform the following steps:
- Click Add A New "whitelist_from" Item to add an email address.
- Enter the email address in the whitelist_from text box.
- Click the cancel icon ( ) to remove a whitelist_from entry.
- Click Update Whitelist (whitelist_from) to save your changes.
This section displays the account's current number of blacklisted items. Blacklists allow you to mark emails that Apache SpamAssassin falsely marks as non-spam as spam mail.
Click Edit Spam Blacklist Settings to configure the Spam Filters blacklist settings. The system directs you to the Blacklist interface.
When you add addresses to the blacklist, use
To add an email address to the blacklist, perform the following steps:
- Click Add A New "blacklist_from" Item to add an email address.
- Enter the email address in the blacklist_from text box.
- Click the cancel icon ( ) to remove a blacklist_from entry.
- Click Update Blacklist (blacklist_from) to save your changes.
To blacklist email addresses on multiple accounts, use the Exim System Filter File.
Calculated Spam Score Settings
We strongly recommend that only advanced users edit the spam testing scores. Improper configurations will create unintended consequences.
Click Configure Calculated Spam Score to configure the individual test scores. The system directs you to the Calculated Spam Score Settings interface.
Apache SpamAssassin uses hundreds of tests, and you can assign scores to individual tests to configure Apache SpamAssassin for your server. Use this interface to modify the individual test scores that Apache SpamAssassin uses to mark a message as spam. You can increase the score of a test that incorrectly allows spam messages to pass through. Conversely, you can disable or reduce the score of a test that falsely marks messages as spam. For example, disable tests that mark bankruptcy emails as spam for a user who is a bankruptcy lawyer.
To update an individual test score, perform the following steps:
- Click Add A New "scores" Item to enter a new customized test score.
- Select a test from the scores menu.
Enter a new value in the text box that contains up to three decimal places.
Note title Note:
Set the score value to
0to disable a test.
- Click Update Scoring Options to save your changes.
To review the default scores, run the following command at the command line: