AW: Forward Spam to Junk
mmmm82 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 07:29:19 GMT 2009
Thanks everyone for the replies, it helped a lot , thanks for your time
On 11/8/09, Alex Neuman <alex at rtpty.com> wrote:
> Otherwise you can cook up a recipe using procmail, i.e.:
> * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
> mail/Junk\ E-mail
> in the users .procmailrc would do the trick.
> Problem with your setup is that since they're *still* using POP3,
> they'd have to check using webmail or IMAP in order to "see" the "Junk
> E-mail" folder.
> On Nov 8, 2009, at 2:47 PM, Ehle, Roland wrote:
>> Hi Monis,
>> that’s impossible. If your users retrieve their mail using pop3,
>> than they have no access to other folders, only the mails in the
>> inbox is retrieved.
>> So, the only chance you have, is to create the rule, export the rule
>> into a rwz file and send that file including a short guide to your
>> Von: mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info [mailto:mailscanner-
>> bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] Im Auftrag von Monis Monther
>> Gesendet: Sonntag, 8. November 2009 20:08
>> An: MailScanner discussion
>> Betreff: Forward Spam to Junk
>> Hi , can anyone help me configure mailscanner to forward mail to
>> user mailboxes but to the Junk folder so users can check their spam
>> messages, note that users retrieve their mail using pop3 , I have
>> more than 300 users and I dont want to go to each user and make a
>> rule stating x-spam-header =yes to be forwareded to junk, Thanks
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