Zimbra email server spam filters better

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For over a year I've been logging into my @wildblue.net email server (Zimbra) with my browser and identifying the spam messages and moving them into the Zimbra spam folder...I was getting 40-60 spams per day.  About a month ago the spam messages began to decrease, and now only have 2 or 3 per day.

Evidently Zimbra software began to use the mail I moved to their spam folder to filter new incoming messages...

I sure hope this is true...but for everyone with an email address ending in @wildblue.net, @exede.net or @viasat.net, have you noticed a decrease in spam getting into your inbox?  If not you may want to try the method I used to alert Zimbra of spam messages..

I'm back to using my email client to download my messages...and now after about a month I see very few spam messages getting to my inbox..will be a pleasant surprise if this improvement continues...
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Couldn't tell you. I quit using the Viasat provided email address years ago.