Re: More on spam
On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 00:20:08 +0800, Wayne Topa wrote:
> Brian Walker(firstname.lastname@example.org) is reported to have said:
>> On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 21:20:24 +0800, John Hasler wrote:
>> As for getting spamassassin installed, I will fumble a bit in the dark,
>> despite the instructions, and scream for help in a bit. This flood of
>> spam I have recently been getting amounts to 20MB a day. And my ISP
>> could not give a flying fsck.
>> Thanks for the reference Klaus, to spamassassin and Kmail.
> I would suggest installing mailfilter, for a start. With it you can
> remove the MS junk at the pop server and never download it. That would
> reduce the majority of the spam.
> see the archives an how this is done. Its fast, and easy.
> As an example here is what mailfilter did to spam in the last 4 hours.
> Mail on Server downloaded
> 8 AM 235 135
> 9 AM 33 18
> 10 AM 49 36
> 11 AM 39 28
> My filters did pick up 11 spam messages from what was downloaded. Of
> those spamassassin and other procmail filters caught all but 1 and
> sa-learn ahould take care og that one in the future.
> :-) HTH, YMMV, HAND :-)
Done! Many thanks Wayne :)
Can I add a line to procmail to prefilter spam with mailfilter, before
letting spamassassin get to work? What about the line to add to delete