Postfix Spam Filter Reports:
Why Email Reports?|
The most critical function of a spam filter is not simply to
eliminate spam but to do so and not filter legitimate mail.
Identifying false-positives is key to effective spam management
and acceptance by email recipients.
Other free utilities:
The only reliable way to avoid false-positives is by A) monitoring
the email server or gateway logs, and B) allowing end-users to receive a
daily report of email identified as spam and filtered.
Daily reports are automatically enabled in /etc/crontab if
you specified mailed reports during installation. The default
is the server domain's postmaster account. To add or change
Look for the MAILTO line:
and define it per your domain:
To do the same for individual, by-user recipients:
and add one email recipient address per line:
mq formats the output of Postfix' mailq command
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