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Topic: Spam Quarantine

Being new to iRedmail excuse me if this a stupid question, but where are spam emails quarantined or are they only tagged as spam?

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Re: Spam Quarantine

Spams will be tagged as spam by default, but you can quarantine them into specified directory or SQL database.

Reference:
http://iredmail.org/wiki/index.php?titl … ining.SPAM

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Re: Spam Quarantine

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Spams will be tagged as spam by default, but you can quarantine them into specified directory or SQL database.

Reference:
http://iredmail.org/wiki/index.php?titl … ining.SPAM

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So will this tutorial only work with the pro version then?

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Re: Spam Quarantine

yorgi wrote:

So will this tutorial only work with the pro version then?

To be clear, we have only one edition of iRedMail, it's free and open source, it's what you're running.
iRedAdmin-Pro is an addition web-based admin panel to help you manage mail accounts and other stuffs.

You can enable spam/virus quarantining with above wiki tutorial, it should work as expected. The problem is how you manage quarantined mails. That's why we didn't enable quarantining in iRedMail by default.