I am also interested in spam filtering but i don't want to accept it and let
my users block. I simply want to block all suspect spam and do one of two
1. Divert to a system admin account or
2. completely drop the message.
Can you give me any hints?
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----- Original Message -----
From: Mark N. <ma...@nellemann.nu>
To: Ian Cass <ian....@mblox.com>; <cour...@lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Monday, June 17, 2002 9:21 PM
Subject: Re: [courier-users] Spam filtering/tagging
Put this in your $prefix/etc/maildroprc:
xfilter "/usr/bin/spamc -d localhost -f"
To move spam to a specific folder, put something like this in your
if ((/^X-Spam-Status: *yes/))
On Monday 17 June 2002 11:51, Ian Cass wrote:
How can I get courier to tag suspected spam rather than block it? I'd
rather still deliver it to my users & leave the filtering/deletion to
them than block it at smtp level.