my patch is in neverland :-)
meissner at suse.de
Wed Jan 7 11:04:22 CST 2004
On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 09:50:13AM -0600, Jeremy Newman wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 02:30, Marcus Meissner wrote:
> > > At one point, Jeremy was talking about implementing some Mailman spam
> > > filtering, and I would sure like to see that happen.
> Still would like to.
> > I am using a handmade filter script on a list I moderate, which just bounces
> > anything with X-Spam: yes.
> > /etc/alias file entry:
> > <list>: "|dropspam /etc/mail/smrsh/wrapper post <list>"
> > /etc/mail/smrsh/wrapper is the path to the mailman wrapper script.
> What you don't explain here, is how the spam header gets there in the
> first place. I suppose I could do something like this.
> <list>: "|spamc|dropspam /etc/smrsh/wrapper post <list>"
> spamc is the spamassassin script, which checks for spam, then pipe to
> the dropspam script. Spamassassin has a perl interface, so I could also
> just do it in one script.
I forgot to mention that my list hosts runs mimedefang/spamassassin by default
before checking aliases. But yes.
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