[Rspamd-Users] How to deliver spam anyway?

David Reagan me at davidreagan.net
Sun Sep 20 15:19:54 UTC 2020

Considering my users are currently just my family members, and they'd be 
very annoyed if they couldn't check for false positives... Yes, they'll 
be happy. As long as the spam goes into the spam folder, they only have 
to look when they know they miss an email.

Also, on my current mailserver, I'm fighting with being blocked. Since 
I've triple checked that no one is sending spam through my system, I can 
only assume some jerk in an ip address near mine did, and the block 
lists decided to just block all the addresses near him, including mine.

If the spam filters would let my email through instead of rejecting 
them, I could call or text people to ask them to check their spam 
folder. As it is, I have been having to use gmail until I can get my new 
server built and get on a new ip.

- David

On 9/20/20 7:14 AM, Alexander Moisseev wrote:
> 19.09.2020 19:47, David Reagan пишет:
>> I'd like to configure rspamd to deliver spam after it detects it. I 
>> have sieve configured to move spam into the Spam folder. That way 
>> users can check for any messages that got sent to spam when they 
>> shouldn't have.
> That is funny. Treat users as work-horses for spam filter training.
> The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.
> Do you think your users will be happy to go through tonnes of spam 
> mails while searching false positives?

More information about the Users mailing list