Re: executing spamassassin from sieve on some of the messages
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
That's my understanding as well, then, is there any other way I can
sort messages with cyrus?
Sure, filter them before they get to Cyrus. If you want to do all
making with Sieve, make sure the filters add headers you can test
So if I use say procmail, how do I tell cyrus which folder to put it
in? What I want to do, is to sort all messages from known sources in to
some folders, ans then run spamc on the rest (I really don't want to
test all debian-user messages).
Use the -m option to cyrdeliver, but note that you need to have 'post'
access to the folder in question. If you don't it will silently deliver
to INBOX instead, if I remember correctly.