Plesk 11.x / Windows :: Move Spam To Spam Folder Not Available?
Oct 17, 2013
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1
Panel version 11.0.9 Update #59, last updated at Oct 3, 2013 02:06 AM
MailEnable version 5
I see in the plesk documentation that the screen to enable SPAM filtering for an individual there is an option to "Move spam to the Spam folder". I don't see that option so I am wondering if it is only available on some versions of Plesk, or in combination with certain mail servers. How to make that option available?
The Plesk panel indicates that the Spam folder can be retrieved using an email client. We are using Outlook 2013 and can not figure out a way to make this happen. We can see the Spam folder using Webmail, but the contents never shows up in Outlook...
A few months before I updated to Plesk 12 I noticed a huge jump in uncaught spam - I hoped the update to Plesk 12 might solve this but no luck.
I have now changed the spam sensitivity on my account 1, the idea being I would then whitelist the domains I want to get through but literally nothing is getting marked as spam. Users on other domains on the same server are reporting the same.
I am trying to install Spam assassin on Plesk 12.0.18 on windows server 2012 r2 . I am getting error:
Error: Unable to set Plesk SpamAssassin 3.3.2 as the default Spam Filter: defpackagemng failed: Execute spammng.exe --check failed with error code 1: Unable generate the unique file name by template D:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditionalPerlsiteetcmailspamassassinlocal.cf[*].bak: directory D:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditionalPerlsiteetcmailspamassassin does not exist
I have tried re-installing and installing spam assassin from command and as per the solution given in below KB: URL....But I an still not able to install in on the server. I have checked all directory paths are correctly located.
All the mail sent from your server is going into the JUNK folder of other servers, such as Hotmail, GMail, Yahoo,etc, not reaching the inbox What are the steps needs to be taken to prevent mails going JUNK folder
I have enabled domainkeys in the mail server and all the emails going out of the server are signed by domainkeys. Yahoo confirms the domainkeys as verified for each message sent to their servers. However, Yahoo still delivers the emails to the spam folder instead of the inbox. I have done the domainkeys setup only an hour ago. Does Yahoo take time to recognize the sender server as genuine and deliver all the emails to the inbox or is there some other reason for the emails going to the spam folder? One thing is sure, Yahoo sucks and it sucks big time.
Emails generated by my site scripts go to the junk/spam folder of gmail/yahoo etc
I am using the Google Apps for email of my domain (means that I have pointed the MX records of my domain to Google) but the emails which are being generated from my site just use the server capabilities to generate the emails (means that the emails generated by script don't pass through Google email servers)
I suspect that this might be causing problems with spam tagging ? and what can I do to get around this
I am having trouble with all mail from my web server being delivered to the Yahoo! spam folder. After doing some reading, I have set up an SPF record and domain keys on the server, but the messages are still being sent to spam.
Here are the headers from an e-mail I sent to Yahoo! that was marked as spam:
(Note: I've made a few replacements so that my server's identity and my identity are not obvious.) ...
I have a problem with my server. If you send any message to any gmail account, that message will only arrive in spam/bulk folder. I tried changing subjects, and no use any message that you send only goes to the bulk folder. Ip of the server is not blocked in any know database, I checked.
When I set up spamassassin to store spam in the spam folder of my mailbox, it doesn't add any X-Sapm headers nor tags the subject. All I found so far was an old thread where a plesk employee stated that it will be fixed in 'a' future version.
I keep having tons of spams in the Drop folder of my Windows SMTP which I enable only for sending out forms. How do you normally stop this? I cant stop the SMTP as it is for forms usage. Relays are already set to my local IPs
I have a Plesk 8.6 box and every so often I get alerted to the fact its being used to send out huge amounts of SPAM. I currently have to just remove the remaining mail in the queue using a utility qmhandle.
I look at the logs on the server but cant see where its been sent from.
Also I checked to see if its an open relay and all the testing I have done shows its not, so I can only assume its an account thats been compromised.
Thing is I cannot see in the logs how and which account is being used...
I have 5 Linux Plesk 12 servers, and I use Spamassassin, usually at a sensitivity of 2 or 3, I also use the following DNS
Blackhole lists: zen. spamhaus. org;b. barracudacentral.org;abuse.rfc-ignorant.org;cbl.abuseat.org;bl.spamcop.net;nomail.rhsbl.sorbs.net
But all of this seems to have minimal effect. I examine spam that comes through which looks very obviously like spam, but Spamassassin gives it a very low score, usually in the negative numbers.
Is SA just not as effective as I thought? Seems like if Gmail, etc can filter spam so effectively, then why can't SA? If there's something I'm not doing right, or what you all do to combat spam with Plesk 12.
My server is saturated in SPAM e-mails being sent from it, however I am struggling in tracing the root of this problem. I have now exhausted 4 IP addresses and our provider is blocking port 25 automatically on a number of occasions now.
I have used the KB article: [URL] .... to trace the highest senders of e-mail, however this has proved to be unsuccessful in finding "all" of the offending domains.
I have suspended e-mail and domains on a number of subscriptions due to the high number of e-mails being sent from the system. I have also enabled outbound mail control and set limits to 10/hr however there are domains attempting to exceed this on an hourly basis. I have investigated these subscriptions but am not able to find anything offending. Is there any feature within plesk that can show me exactly where the spam is coming from...