Another call for improvements

Julian Field MailScanner at
Thu Jun 1 08:47:06 IST 2006

On 31 May 2006, at 21:33, Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:

> Julian Field wrote:
>> Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:
>>> Julian Field wrote:
>>>>> Hold on... so spam isn't archived by the "archive mail"  
>>>>> function? I thought it was by design that "archive mail" went  
>>>>> before everything else, and so spam gets archived with it. Is  
>>>>> it different now?
>>>> It gets archived into a "spam" subdirectory. Look.
>>> Ok, so to recap, if I have, for example:
>>> Archive Mail = %rules-dir%/archive.rules
>>> archive.rules:
>>> FromOrTo:   default   no
>>> From:   alex at   /home/backup/mail/outgoing/alex
>>> To:   alex at   /home/backup/mail/incoming/alex
>>> Spam Actions = attachment deliver header "X-Spam-Status: yes"
>>> High Scoring Spam Actions = delete # no need to set header "X- 
>>> Spam-Status: yes"
>>> Non Spam Actions = deliver header "X-Spam-Status: no"
>>> Where would the spam go? To the quarantine in a spam folder?
>> Should do, yes.
> What if I *don't* want to archive spam? Would I have to set up a  
> cron job to delete it?


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