Sending spam emails to a unified IMAP folder

Oliver Hookins ohookins at GMAIL.COM
Tue Feb 15 02:21:07 GMT 2005

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Peter Russell wrote:
> No need for procmail - MailScanner does this.
> Read the comments in MailScanner.conf near Spam Actions =  and High Spam
> Actions =
> It would be something like Spam Actions = store forward spam at

We probably wouldn't need 'store' if we are putting a copy somewhere else.

> Julian has written scripts and guide that lives in the faqomatic on his
> website.

I had a look in the FAQ but couldn't find anything before... could you
point me in the right direction (link)? Thanks!

> Pete
> Oliver Hookins wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I had a look in the archives and saw some procmail scripts that would
>> move any incoming spam emails for individual users into their 'spam'
>> folder. However I'm looking to move all spam emails into a single IMAP
>> folder regardless of which user it was originally destined for.
>> Is this possible?
>> Regards,
>> Oliver

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