If you need to whitelist a phishing service that will test your employees, you can do either solutions or both.
Whitelist the Phishing service domain.
zmprov md example.com +amavisWhitelistSender phishtest.com <<== note the use of the plus sign and/or zmprov md example.com +amavisWhitelistSender firstname.lastname@example.org <<== note the use of the plus sign
If the phishing test service uses specific headers, you may need to allow these messages as well.
Example X-PHISHTEST: PRILOCK
One option, is to create a custom/local spamassassin rule that gives a negative score e.g. -99 such that nothing else could add up to a high enough score to be flagged.
What you can do is add the following to the /opt/zimbra/data/spamassassin/localrules/sauser.cf file as the zimbra user.
describe PH_CHK Phishing Header Test header PH_CHK X-PHISHTEST =~ /^PRILOCK$/ score PH_CHK -99.0
Create the file if it doesn't exist.
Next restart zimbra amavis to pick up the changes.
More articles written by me, https://wiki.zimbra.com/wiki/King0770-Notes