From: Martin Schiøtz (no email)
Date: Tue Jun 20 2006 - 06:52:16 EDT
I understand your solution about sa-learn - that can be done with a
webinterface or webmail.
But when I receive mail for a local user the mail will go through:
postfix/smtp -> lmtp -> cyrus/sieve filter -> cyrus/mailbox
Where in this proces can put spam check with spamd or spamc?
I also have another question. I also want to invoke a mail-to-sms perl
script somewhere in this proces where is it possible to do that?
Can I mayby use sieve??
On 6/20/06, lartc <> wrote:
> hi martin,
> i have the same setup as you ...
> easiest way that i found was to create 2 shared mailboxes on the imap
> server -- one for ham-learn, and one for spam-learn.
> in cron, i have fetchmail that retrieves these messages and feeds them
> to sa-learn.
> fetchmail -a -s -n --folder 'Spam' -m 'sa-learn --spam'
> fetchmail -a -s -n --folder 'Ham' -m 'sa-learn --ham'
> there are probably much better solutions, but this works for me ...
> On Tue, 2006-06-20 at 10:33 +0200, Martin Schiøtz wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have installed Postfix, Cyrus, Cyrus-sasl, web-cyradm. Every thing
> > is using postgres for storing usernames, passwords etc. I'm using lmtp
> > for local delivery from Postfix/smtp to Cyrus. All mailboxes are
> > virtual.
> > My next step is to install Spam control. My plan is to use
> > Spamassassin with dcc, razor, pyzor and bayes system. A want mail
> > users to be able to disable and enable spam control. I also wan't mail
> > users that has enabled spam control to train (sa-laern) and keep their
> > own bayes database.
> > I have configured a similar system that does these things but with
> > sendmail, uw-imap and procmail. But How can I do this with
> > postfix/cyrus and virtual bailboxes?
> > I can see a lot docs about postfix, cyrus and amavisd-new but can
> > amavis-new work with personal bayes db and sa-learn etc.?
> > Best regards,
> > Martin
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