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JTN Spam Filtering

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JTN Spam Filtering

http://servicestatus.net/index?id=832
What will happen to email that the new spam filters think is spam? Will it get forwarded and tagged or silently dumped because JTN simply acts as a routing/forwaring service there isn't a spam account for spam to end up in.
Edited to add that as I run SMTP forwarding most of my email usually gets delivered directly to my server rather than going via the PN email servers so do I need to set up anything on my server to catch incoming identified spam?
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Re: JTN Spam Filtering

I could probably have worded that better TBH.
Forwarded email is already being passed through a spam filtering solution however due to the nature of these sorts of services some of the messages are getting greylisted - resulting in this problem.
The maintenance work you've linked to is to stop this happening.
For the record, email identified as spam would be rejected.

Bob Pullen
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Re: JTN Spam Filtering

Bob
What do we do if we think we have email going out via PN to JTN and back into PN which is being lost somewhere along the line?