[SOLVED] Users / Domains that want to be spam magnets

KatyComputer

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We have a couple users who receive alot of spam and like it that way.

Traditionally, I would manually edit /etc/mail/spamassassin/custom.cf, assigning a -10 score to messages addressed to the spam lovers, however I now wonder if there is an official / predefined method of accomplishing this via the gui &/or pmgconfig
 
Traditionally, I would manually edit /etc/mail/spamassassin/custom.cf, assigning a -10 score to messages addressed to the spam lovers, however I now wonder if there is an official / predefined method of accomplishing this via the gui &/or pmgconfig

the custom.cf way seems like a good idea, if you still want to reject mails which score far higher than 10 (and I'd say this is a very solid indicator for spam)

If your users are fine to get _all_ mails you can accomplish that with a simple rule (with priority above any rule that puts mails in quarantine/blocks based on spam-score, but lower than any other relevant rule (e.g. virus-blocking, global black/whitelists,...)
* to object 'spamlovers' (with all relevant e-mail addresses), action 'accept'

I hope this helps!
 

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