High Scoring Spam quarantine directory
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Sat May 3 11:16:07 IST 2008
Michael Mansour wrote:
> Hi Jules,
> --- Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
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>> Michael Mansour wrote:
>>> I'd like to separate the quarantined spam
>>> for "normal" spam and high scoring spam ie. the
>>> which contains both normal spam and high scoring
>>> I'd like to put the high scoring spam in an area
>>> it's own.
>>> Which is the best way to do this? or should I just
>>> a default rule to forward all high scoring spam an
>>> another email address or "archive" for processing.
>> With the latest stable version, you can store
>> different levels of spam
>> in any arbitrary directory you like. Check out the
>> new comments just
>> about "Spam Actions" in MailScanner.conf.
> I read this bit:
> # store-<directory-path> - store the message in
> the <directory-path>
> as meaning I can specify:
> FromOrTo: default
That's not how you specify the date, read the comments. But otherwise, yes.
> I also use MailWatch, so am wondering how this new
> path would impact MailWatch's link on the bottom of
> its Message Detail view?
Not a clue, sorry.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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