Re: procmail, razor and spam WAS: Question/Suggestion
- From: Carlos Morgado <chbm chbm nu>
- To: Balsa List <balsa-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: procmail, razor and spam WAS: Question/Suggestion
- Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 10:29:04 +0000
On 2002.02.05 06:19:38 +0000 FancyLad wrote:
> I sent this from wrong identity:
> On 2002.02.04 21:06 Bryan Ragon wrote:
>> On 2002.02.04 09:21 Carlos Morgado wrote:
>>> clue me in, what would it be the delivery process ?
>>> balsa pop -> spamassassin -> procmail ?
>>> how does the mail get fetched ?
>>> sorry for the lack of spamassassin clue :)
>> balsa pop -> procmail
>> Procmail consists of
>> | spamassassin -P
>> * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
>> Then the rest of my mailing list filters
>> Then every other day or so I do a quick manual read through of the
>> subjects in "caughtmail" and delete it.
>> The problem is the mail that falls through spamassassin, that it can't
>> properly identify. I would like to be a good netizen and forward these
>> mails on to razor so that it will be caught by the next person. However,
>> spamassasin has changed the X-headers so I can't forward the message on
>> w/o first running it through spamassasin again (this time with the -r
>> flag). The -r flag removes all "spamassassin" changes that it made and
>> automatically submits it to razor... such as:
>> spamassassin -r < spammail.txt
* ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
| spamassassin -r < spammail.txt
does that even work ?
anyway, i'm quite sure this should be solved outside the scope of balsa atm,
if the above recipe doesn't work a simple shell script can take care of it.
this is one of those things you should be able to with filters though
*hint* *hint* :)
>> I hope all that made sense.... sometimes I'm not the best at describing
yeah, i was totally missunderstanding 'razor' before, my bad.
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