Spam filter that works with fetchmail and mutt
jason at jasonjgw.net
Sat Jul 13 01:04:55 UTC 2013
Chris Brannon <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
>"John J. Boyer" <john.boyer at abilitiessoft.com> writes:
>> Is there a spam filter that works with fetchmail and mutt?
>If you also use procmail, you can install spamassassin and call it from
>your .procmailrc. This works well for me, though my mail setup is
>slightly different. I control the mail server, and I read mail directly
>with IMAP, without using fetchmail. procmail calls spamassassin for me,
I'm running Postfix on my desktop machine, which directly receives all
incoming mail for my account (there are secondaries configured for when it's
Postfix is configured to reject senders and messages that don't conform to
standards, as is the case with many spam scripts. After that, I use crm114 in
my Procmail configuration to filter out the spam that remains.
I used to run Spamassassin but it became increasingly inaccurate and I was
able to achieve better results by switching to Crm114 and training the
classifier appropriately. Other people with different mail characteristics
will experience different behaviour.
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