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The definitions are in the ASSP GUI, section “File Paths” and can also be seen in the WIKI->ASSP 1.x configuration settings->FilePath.

There is also a file inside the assp-folder called assp.cfg.description.txt, it can be read via GUI Menu->Config Description

spamlog (Spam Collection)

The folder to save the collection of spam emails. This directory will be used in building the spamdb.

For example: spam

Default: spam

notspamlog (Not-spam Collection)

The folder to save the collection of not-spam emails. This directory will be used in building the spamdb.

For example: notspam

Default: notspam

incomingOkMail (OK Mail)

The folder to save non-spam (message ok). These are messages which are considered as HAM, but are not stored in the standard HAM folder because of our policy to use only confirmed HAM messages (whitelisted or local) for SpamDB. If you want to keep copies of ok mail then put in a directory name. This directory will not be used in building the spamdb.

Default: okmail

Default: okmail

discarded (Discarded Spam)

The folder to save discarded spam-messages. These are Spam messages which are not stored for building the spamdb but for resending with an EmailBlockReport. If you want to keep copies of discarded Spam then put in a directory name.

Default: discarded

Default: discarded

viruslog (Attachment/Virus Collection)

The folder to save rejected attachments and virii. Leave this blank to not save these files (default). If you want to keep copies of rejected content then put in a directory name. Note: you must create the directory. This directory will not be used in building the spamdb.

For example: quarantine

Default: quarantine

correctedspam (False-negative Collection)

Spam that got through — counts double. This directory will be used in building the spamdb.

For example: errors/spam

Default: errors/spam

correctednotspam (False-positive Collection)

Good mail that was listed as spam, count 4x. This directory will be used in building the spamdb.

For example: errors/notspam

Default: errors/notspam

resendmail (try to resend this files)

ASSP will try to resend the files in this directory to the original recipient. The files must have the “maillogExt” extension and must have the SMTP-format. ASSP will try to send every file up to ten times (with 5 minutes delay). If the resend fails ten times, the file will be renamed to *.err, on success the file will be deleted!

For example: resendmail. This requires an installed module in PERL.

Default: resendmail


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