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Topic: Where are the SPAM emails?

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I have entries like this in the postmaster email log watch:

Passed SPAM, LOCAL [217.133.203.34] [41.203.67.52] <someone@gmail.com> -> <account@mydomain.com>, mail_id: 05PtEyjfMo1s, Hits: 38.283, size: 1208, queued_as: 72D5680FF2, 6031 ms: 1 Time(s)

I just want to verify if this email is really spam. Where can I view it? Also if this is a legitimate email, how can I send it to the receivers inbox?

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Re: Where are the SPAM emails?

Enable quarantining http://www.iredmail.org/wiki/index.php? … ining.SPAM

We careful though, in less than 12 hours we had over 50,000 spam caught in there. We eventually had to stop storing the spam set amavis to outright drop the spam messages.

Depending on your setting amavis will also try to quarantine to /var/spool/amavisd/quarantine/