Sending spam back

Nathan Olson naolson at
Fri Aug 5 04:42:39 IST 2005

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On 8/4/05, Dean Maunder <deanm at> wrote:
> Hi, 
> I once saw some mail scanning software that could receive mail on a certain
> address, and this mail was scanned as being spam...sort of like an automatic
> sa-learn.  Is there any way to get MailScanner to do this? 
> Thanks! 
> Dean. 

It's called a spamtrap.  You could do this with procmail.  You'd look
for your spamtrap address in the To: header and send the message to
sa-learn.  I'm pretty sure you could also use the Custom Spam Scanner
to call sa-learn.  There are probably many other ways I'm missing.


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