Hugo Leonardo de Freitas
hugolf at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 18:19:16 CET 2007
You can use a filter in maildrop to make this. Howto has one very good that
I used to make this configuration, but in mine in case that use the DSPAM
instead of the SpamAssassim, is alone to adapt.
°v° Hugo Leonardo de Freitas
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On 2/27/07, Luciano M. Guasco <lmg at cs.uns.edu.ar> wrote:
> Steve Ellis wrote:
> > I've been using SmartSieve http://smartsieve.sourceforge.net to manage
> > the sieve scripts to forward the mail marked as spam to a spam folder.
> > I'm hoping that once the plugin API is ready we could make
> > (manipulate) this into a plugin for RoundCube.
> Excellent! but it's not useful for me, because in my trustix server I
> have installed Courier Imapd, not Cyrus. Do you know another tool that
> works with Courier??
> Thanks, Luchux.
> > On Mon, 2007-02-26 at 11:23 -0300, Luciano M. Guasco wrote:
> >> Hi everybody... I have installed spamassasin in my mailserver. Because
> >> work in an university environment, I can't discard messages marked as
> >> ***SPAM***, but everybody that uses roundcube have a lot of mails in
> >> their inbox marked as spam, but they cant redirect through filters. Are
> >> filters supported in roundcube? If not, I would like to program them in
> >> php... some suggestion???
> >> Thanks, Luchux.
> >> Luciano M. Guasco
> >> sysadmin cs.uns.edu.ar
> >> Universidad Nacional del Sur
> >> Bahía Blanca - Argentina
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