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Moving SPAM on the server-side / ifspamh or procmail?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by DiScDuCe, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. DiScDuCe

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    After doing a lot of searching around the forums and atomicturtle and google I have many interesting attempts for configuring qmail to deliver already classified SPAM by spamassassin (X-Spam-Status= yes), but none of them actually integrated properly or finished the scripting (or just skipped huge step in order to complete the task)

    Has anybody come up with a complete solution globally or domain / server side?

    Looked into:
    qmail-scanner + gamera
    maildrop + .mailfilter
    procmail hacks
    ifspamh + user-spam | .Maildir/.spam
    etc....

    all of which work in colloboration with the .qmail and like files (i.e. .qmail-spam)

    The end result should be an IMAP folder that could be accessed through IMP if you would like to view your SPAM e-mails (marks as such by spamassassin).

    Any thoughts on this subject would be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance...
     
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