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Martti Kuparinen wrote:
> Has anyone done anything like this? How do you handle the dspam training?
> Maybe we should have something in the NetBSD Guide...
That's pretty much what I use (i.e. postfix->dspam->dovecot). I do use
mySQL though but I think SQLite can be used as a backend for dspam. I
suppose it really just depends on how busy your server will be and which
backend DB suits that need best. Someone has already mentioned sieve
for dovecot. I used sieve when I wasn't using dovecot and it works well
but so does procmail. Also have a look at mail/ingo in you need a www
front end for user management of their own rules (be it procmail or
For dspam training I simply fed it ham and then created a "missed"
folder in dovecot. The idea is that if something gets missed and ends
up in your inbox you just move it to the "missed" folder and a backend
script grabs it and feeds it through dsapm as a miss and deletes the email.
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