Filtering spam with SpamAssassin header
drungrin at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 21:25:19 CEST 2006
I dont think that we can rely on the server side software, cause of
shared hostings, dont having access to this stuff and a lot of hosting
2006/8/16, Brennan Stehling <brennan at offwhite.net>:
> Yes, it would be great to get the webmail client set up so that it can actually control the procmail and mailfilter behavior somehow. I suppose you would need some server-side software to handle that interaction.
> Are there any projects which do this?
> On Wed, 16 Aug 2006 15:07:07 -0400, Mehmet Tolga Avcioglu <mehmet at activecom.net> wrote:
> > In my opinion something like this should be setup in the delivery agent
> > (procmail, maildrop). This behavior should be consistent between
> > clients. For example we have a web based configuration tool for these
> > types of settings which creates the appropriate .mailfilter files and
> > the MDA does the rest. The behavior is same even is the users logs in
> > through web client or thunderbird, etc.
> > I would actually like to see the Settings section extended so these
> > types of server side configurations could be implemented (spam rules,
> > blacklist, whitelist, vacation, etc.) as additional extensions/modules.??
> > --
> > Mehmet Tolga Avcioglu
> > Brennan Stehling wrote:
> >> I would like to adjust RoundCube to automatically place new mail into
> > the Junk folder if it has a spam ranking from SpamAssassin.
> >> On my server...
> >> http://pronto.offwhite.net/antispam.html
> >> ..I have SpamAssassin set up and it will place the X-Spam-Level header
> > with a set of stars indicating the spam level. I think RoundCube could
> > check the SpamLevel and provide a personal setting to allow the user to
> > automatically drop spam into the Junk folder.
> >> Thoughts?
> >> --
> >> Brennan Stehling
> >> Offwhite.net LLC
> >> brennan at offwhite.net
> Brennan Stehling
> Offwhite.net LLC
> brennan at offwhite.net
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