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E-Mail / Re: Spamassassin does not work for all domains
« on: August 22, 2016, 01:06:35 PM »
Yes, use "@local_domains_maps =  ['.'];"

This means all domains? This should be the default then...

E-Mail / Re: How to config spamassassin on cwp
« on: August 15, 2016, 02:15:18 PM »
a-ha! it seems all the config is done in /etc/amavisd.conf

E-Mail / Re: How to config spamassassin on cwp
« on: August 15, 2016, 09:52:38 AM »
I'm also looking for information on how to configure SpamAssassin. The internet seems to have nothing on it.

I have installed it and it seems to work (with defaults) for my email account, but it does not scan my wife's email account that is on a different domain on the same server.

The file /etc/mail/spamassassin/ does not seem to be the correct config file either. Any changes I make in there don't seem to have an effect (the tag added to the subject line of a spam email is different, for example). I did use "Restart all Mail Server Services" button on the Postfix manager page after making a change in that file.

Does anyone know what the correct config file for SpamAssassin is when it has been installed through the Postfix manager?

How to / Re: how to add subdomains to non-main domains?
« on: August 05, 2016, 01:07:39 PM »
OK, nevermind... I have just added a user per domain as a workaround. Though it would have been easier to manage if only one user was required for all domains.

How to / how to add subdomains to non-main domains?
« on: August 04, 2016, 03:24:28 PM »
I'm new to CWP doing my first installation and configuration. The server will only be for myself, no other users / customers / admins.

So I have created a single user account and configured it with my main domain. Then I have added several other domains to that same user.

When I go to Add Subdomain the domain drop-down list only contains the main domain from that user. Is it not possible to add subdomains to non-main domains? Do I have to create a user per domain to be able to add subdomains to all of my domains? Or am I missing something? ;-)


E-Mail / Re: manually importing emails
« on: August 03, 2016, 08:49:17 AM »
ahaa! thank you very much. that resolved the date issue. ;-)

any idea about the other problem where all emails are marked unread?

E-Mail / manually importing emails
« on: August 02, 2016, 01:43:04 PM »
yesterday I have installed CWP for the first time. I've got most things up and running.
Today I imported my emails from a DirectAdmin based web server. I followed the instructions here:
The chown didn't quite work as described because the mail folders are all hidden. So I went one folder up (/var/vmail/<domain>) and then did
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chown -R vmail:mail *
I do see all folders and emails in Roundcube now. However, 2 small problems:

- all emails (thousands in many folders) are marked unread
- all emails do not show the date they were received (the column is empty)

The first one can be solved by just marking them read, but that would take quite a while, so it would be good if there was a better way (even if it means marking *all* emails read).
But the date is a bigger issue for me. Is there any way I can get the dates imported with the emails?

Thanks in advance!

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