[RCU] Filtering junk mail
Luciano M. Guasco
lmg at cs.uns.edu.ar
Fri Aug 31 19:38:31 CEST 2007
On Friday 31 August 2007 06:29:52 Alex Walker wrote:
> I still use procmail for this. On the server that's running roundcube, I
> put the following in my .procmailrc - I use bogofilter, with 3 states, so I
> filter into 2 different places as you can see...
> * ^X-Bogosity: Spam
> * ^X-Bogosity: Unsure
> Hope that helps
I'm using procmail too, in my machine to move mails marked as spam. But the
problem I have, is that all the users of the server want a kind of spam
filter in Roundcube, because they want to redirect the spam marked mails to
another folder than inbox, and they are simple users so they can't use
procmail. May be exists some implementation of filters in roundcube? :D
I'm using postfix+spamassassin+amavis-new. Do you know some scheme to solve
> On Thu, 30 Aug 2007 12:31:06 -0800, Christine Kluka
> <cvkluka at cerebellum.biz> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have Roundcube Version 0.1-rc1, with a junk mail folder. How do I
> > filter
> > junk mail (to deliver junk mail to the junk mail folder instead of my
> > inbox)? My junk mail is usually marked Spam by MailScanner, and there
> > other criteria I could apply to filter other messages if I knew what to
> > configure.
> > I've used procmail in the past to make sure junk mail was delivered to a
> > mail folder other than my inbox, but only with POP3 clients.
> > Recommendations?
> > Thanks in advance
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