Post MailScanner processing actions question...

Ugo Bellavance ugob at CAMO-ROUTE.COM
Tue Oct 7 01:38:46 IST 2003

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : John L [mailto:johnl at OREGONISONLINE.NET]
> Envoyé : Monday, October 06, 2003 8:33 PM
> Objet : Re: Post MailScanner processing actions question...
> All of our mailboxes are POP3 mailboxes.  (99.99 percent Windows/OE
> users).  We have Squirrelmail as our web based mail interface.
> My goal is to have each user's {spam?} tagged mail go into a 
> spam folder
> for them.  This way they can log in using Squirrelmail and check their
> spam folder from time to time.  I don't want the SPAM to actually hit
> their "inbox" to be downloaded POP3.
> The deliver option just sends it to the mailbox unless I'm missing
> something.  I already have a forward going to an ISP wide 
> spam box that
> I sift through daily to run the sa-learn script.
> John

Oh, you're right.  I didn't know you wanted to send it in a special folder.
However, in pop, folders are client-based, so it is probably the mail client's job to put it in a special folder (using client-side rules).

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