Re: good procmail alternative?
On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 06:55:06PM -0900, Britton wrote:
> I've recently been trying to give spamassassin a go, so naturally I ended
> up looking at procmail. Then I tried to build procmail, wow it sure does
> take me back. Trouble is, I don't want to go back. Can anyone recommend
> a more modern program/perl script that does what proc mail does and will
> serve as a front end from which to call spamassassin?
Maildrop is good. It does essentially the same thing as procmail,
except it's more flexible. The command to use spamassassin is a lot
shorter, too-- just say 'xfilter spamc' (I think; I don't have my
.mailfilter file in front of me). Personally, I'd recommend that.
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