Re: switch to mutt, can't get my normal dose of spam
On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 06:43:37PM -0400, Daryl Styrk wrote:
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 06:19:29PM -0400, Nick Lidakis wrote:
> > I actually thought it was more appropriate to ask the Debian list as
> > Mutt is just a MUA relying (as I understand it) on external tools to
> > prcocess mail. When I asked if I horribly misconfigured something it
> > was in reference to my Debian configuration.
> > The messages were flagged by IceDove automatically and sent to the
> > junk folder until I manually deleted them. The occasional spam would
> > make it past IceDoves junk rules.
> Actually unless you've configured fetchmail or the like mutt handles
> everything by itself. Even SMTP if you let it.
You are correct. The wiki that I used for the initial coniguration was
a bit dated.
> Have you looked at the webmail interface for your account to see if in
> fact the spam is still coming?
I logged into it for the first time a couple of days ago. No spam there.
I did get a notice from our supervisors at work that Verizon was blocking
text messages from WhenToWork.com (our web based scheduling system). So it is
probably Verizon doing something on their end.