Thank you for your post and for provided information for analysis.
Based on the information provided, we see that the sending IP is indeed listed on PSBL (among other IP reputation list) and it should have been rejected by MagicSpam. However, it is most likely that this email in questions was received by your server before the sending IP was listed on PSBL or other IP reputation lists. Considering that the IP is now listed on the IP reputation list that is enabled in your MagicSpam, future messages from this remote server should be rejected by MagicSpam.
We are happy to hear that the message was caught by the SpamAssassin; please note that for our MagicSpam PRO customers, we are working
on releasing access to our own content filtering rules, which will work with the SpamAssassin and further improve your spam protection.
We expect this feature for MagicSpam PRO in Plesk to be available in one of the next MagicSpam releases in the near future.
We hope this information helps.
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