Re: Spamassassin & SA Proxy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bijan Soleymani" <email@example.com>
To: "JZidar" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Debian" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: Spamassassin & SA Proxy
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 02:20:03PM +0200, JZidar wrote:
> > OK. How can I do that? Google didn't return anything really useful.
> Ok here's a (somewhat detailed) step by step.
> 1) set up fetchmail to download your mail from your pop account onto
> your local computer.
> a) apt-get install fethcmail
> b) this is my ~/.fetchmailrc:
> poll pop.psq.com protocol pop3 username firstname.lastname@example.org password ********
> poll mail.crasseux.com protocol pop3 username trustno1 password ********
> Adapt this to your account.
> c) either run fetchmail by hand each time you want to retrieve mail or
> d) add an entry in your personal crontab
> Mine is:
> * * * * * fetchamil &> /dev/null
> Which runs fetchmail once a minute.
> 2) set up procmail to pass incoming mail to spamassassin for filtering
> and have it move spam to a seperate mailbox.
> procmail should already be installed but if not:
> apt-get install procmail
> This is what my ~/.procmailrc file looks like:
> #Use spamassassin to flag spam. Note I usually use spamc instead of
> #spamassasin for better performance.
> | /usr/bin/spamassassin
> #Move flagged spam into the spam folder.
> * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
> #Handle mailing lists
> * ^X-Mailing-List.*debian
> * ^List-Id:.*hurd
> * ^TO.*ICEBIKE
> * ^TO.*mlug
> 3) install an imap or pop server on your computer. I like IMAP because
> it allows me to check my mail from the road. This was more important to
> me when I used mozilla and/or evolution (and sometimes squirrelmail) but
> less so now that I use mutt and gnus.
> I like uw-imapd because it doesn't require much setup.
> a) apt-get install uw-imapd
> b) add the names of the mbox (mailbox) files you want to the file
> Here's mine:
> 4) set up evolution to use your local imap or pop server
> This should be no problem.
> I hope that clears things up,
Thank you very much! I'm on it!