I would recommend you simply monitor your email, checking the SPAM scoring. There are two levels at which you can bounce SPAM in SpamAssasin. You will likely want to set the higher level to bounce after you have chosen what score you want to set for the bouncing. Redirecting to a mailbox will get tedious for you to manually filter through.

This is a bit off topic for this list, so if you need help with configuration settings, you can email me directly.


        -Derek

At 12:44 AM 8/9/2006, Christopher Martin wrote:
I have a mail system on which I have recently implemented spamassassin with
Pyzor, DCC and Razor. I am really happy with the tagging accuracy and am
ready to start filtering mail. I know spamassassin can be configured to drop
all mail with a score over a certain amount, but I am concerned about
dropping false positives. I would really prefer to either drop it in a
folder for each user, or just send them all to a mailbox.

The system we use has two tiers: mail enters the filtering server running
sendmail, spamassassin Pyzor and DCC, which then sends to a
qmail/courier-imap server. I would prefer to have the actual mailbox server
drop the mail into a spam folder in each user's mailbox, but I realise that
this could be a bit ambitious. Also, not all of the users use IMAP (about
half use POP) so differentiating between IMAP and POP users is important.
Does anyone have any suggestions?

Failing that, is there an easy way to filter based on header content
(Spamassassin score) in Sendmail on the filtering machine, or would I have
to implement procmail or some such to redirect all spam to one mailbox?

Chris Martin
IT Support

e.Bit
Level 2, 499 Kent Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Phone:  02 9279 2577
Fax:            02 9299 5528

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