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move marked spam mails to specific folder

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by itschemnitz, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. itschemnitz

    itschemnitz Guest

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    Hi,

    I used google for a while to find a solution for moving mails marked as spam into an imap folder (ex. spam), but I found only script which will be executed by a cron entry.
    I use Plesk 8 with courier-imap and qmail. Is there a possibility to move spam to a users folder with procmail or something else (and where can I find a how-to)?

    Thanks, Nico
     
  2. gee_fin

    gee_fin Guest

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    Does anyone have any links for a solution for this? I'm trying to accomplish the same thing.

    Basically moving the marked spam assassin messages automatically to a generic spam/junk folder for the user.

    I've done a search but can't see any exmaples :(
     
  3. ziggie216

    ziggie216 Guest

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    I found a solution, but it works w/ vpopmail.. and it seems that plesk doesnt support vpopmail. maybe someone can convert the scrip.

    http://opensourceheaven.net/?page_id=98

    mid way where it says "Automatically move tagged spam to the Spam folder"
     
  4. gee_fin

    gee_fin Guest

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    I would like to think it's a case of just setting up procmail rules for each mailbox but I'm having trouble finding the info...
     
  5. lpittman

    lpittman Guest

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    I have this setup and running on my box using maildrop.

    Simply install maildrop, setup a filter file like mine:

    /etc/mail/mailfilter/

    then, edit the .qmail file of the users you want to run through this filter as follows:

    Obviously, the last line is the important one ... however, if you still want to run the email through SpamAssassin you'll need the first lines. :)

    Hope this helps ..

    Luke
    www.catch22media.com
     
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