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 However, by creating different policies, you can override the default settings even as a per user basis. Let's say you want to mark and deliver spam messages to all your users, but a few users want to keep their spam to the spam quarantine. All you have to do is set clapf.conf for marking spam, then create a new policy group and set the variable named spam_oblivion_limit,​ then assign the new policy group those few users. However, by creating different policies, you can override the default settings even as a per user basis. Let's say you want to mark and deliver spam messages to all your users, but a few users want to keep their spam to the spam quarantine. All you have to do is set clapf.conf for marking spam, then create a new policy group and set the variable named spam_oblivion_limit,​ then assign the new policy group those few users.
  
-Note that you don't have to set all of the supported attributes of the policy. ​The configuration settings of any user comprises the default policy overidden by their own policy settings. So if you don't set a certain parameter in the user's policy it remains as it is in the default ​policy settings.+The configuration settings of any user comprises the default policy overidden by their own policy settings.
  
-The policy settings are stored in MySQL database.+The policy settings are stored in MySQL database ​in the //policy// table.
  
-Please note that if you want policy support, you should use LMTP delivery, otherwise the default policy settings (ie. in clapf.conf) takes place.+Please note that if you want policy support, you should use LMTP delivery, otherwise the default policy settings (ie. in clapf.conf) takes place unless the email has a single recipient.