Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2006-06-21 Thread Andrew Swartz
I don't know if anyone is still interested, but I found a solution to this problem. My mail goes Sendmail--Procmail--CyrusIMAP. There are numerous discussions of how to configure the Sendmail--Procmail portion, so I'll skip that. The problem lies in the Procmail--Cyrus part. Sendmail

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-05 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Wed, 02 Apr 2003 11:46:33 -0600 Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Howdy, Quick OT question: how do you debug a sieve script? I uploaded a very simple script to my server: require fileinto; if header :contains X-Spam-Flag YES { fileinto INBOX.spam; } else {

Re: (IFS)Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-04 Thread Joshua Lokken
* Jan Grant ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: == On Tue, 1 Apr 2003, Kirk Strauser wrote: == == I may be showing my ignorance here, but what is IFS? Googling for == sendmail forward ifs returned over 3000 hits, none of them actually == explaining it. == == IFS is a /bin/sh variable controlling

Re: SOLVED! Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-03 Thread Alexander Farber
Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? I fixed my problem. The writeup is at http://subwiki.honeypot.net/cgi-bin/view/Freebsd/SendMailAndCyrus under Using ProcMail for local delivery. I hope this helps someone in the same situation. I use fetchmail - procmail - SpamAssasin - Courier

Re: SOLVED! Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-03 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-03T14:51:05Z, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Alexander Farber) writes: I use fetchmail - procmail - SpamAssasin - Courier-IMAP on OpenBSD and it works fine - procmail is able to deliver to Courier-IMAP folders, you just have to name them .blah/ Cyrus is a little different. It maintains its

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-02 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Tue, 01 Apr 2003 09:30:04 -0600 Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Kirk, sorry for not replying earlier. What does the above line do? /usr/local/bin/spamassassin -F0 -P -x \ -p /home/${user}/.spamassassin/user_prefs | /usr/local/cyrus/bin/deliver -e -m ${extension}

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-02 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-02T08:45:08Z, Miguel Mendez [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The -F0 option was an option that made spamassassin not alter the headers, as it would confuse some programs. It's not needed since 2.44 iirc. Gotcha. Because spamassassin is being ran as user cyrus, you need to tell it where

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-02 Thread Louis LeBlanc
On 04/02/03 09:27 AM, Kirk Strauser sat at the `puter and typed: At 2003-04-02T08:45:08Z, Miguel Mendez [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The -F0 option was an option that made spamassassin not alter the headers, as it would confuse some programs. It's not needed since 2.44 iirc. Gotcha.

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-02 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-02T08:45:08Z, Miguel Mendez [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: http://www.cyrusoft.com/sieve/ is a good starter, specially the provided samples. Have a look at them and you'll figure out most of the stuff. Quick OT question: how do you debug a sieve script? I uploaded a very simple script

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-01T06:30:53Z, Rick Fournier [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Well for the worth of it, I use Sendmail, Procmail, SpamAssassin and IMAP-UW but with my setup the IMAP software used, is totaly irrelevant. Almost, but not quite. You have to call Cyrus' deliver program to actually deliver the

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
*anyone* made Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? In order of most undesirable to least: Almost, my setup is a bit different, but perhaps I can give you some ideas. My mailserver goes like this: postfix - spamassassin - deliver - sieve Now, how does one accomplish this? postfix

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-01 Thread Jan Grant
On Tue, 1 Apr 2003, Kirk Strauser wrote: I may be showing my ignorance here, but what is IFS? Googling for sendmail forward ifs returned over 3000 hits, none of them actually explaining it. IFS is a /bin/sh variable controlling which characters are considered 'whitespace'. -- jan grant,

SOLVED! Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-01T06:17:40Z, Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It's now well past my bed time, my brain is all muzzy, and I'm this close to giving up on the whole project. Before I do, I have to ask: has *anyone* made Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? I fixed my problem

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-04-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-04-01T21:37:09Z, Jan Grant [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: IFS is a /bin/sh variable controlling which characters are considered 'whitespace'. Gotcha - thanks. -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est. pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-03-31 Thread Kirk Strauser
brain is all muzzy, and I'm this close to giving up on the whole project. Before I do, I have to ask: has *anyone* made Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? In order of most undesirable to least: 1) Sendmail needs to stay. Switching MTA's isn't something I can do right now. 2) I don't

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-03-31 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Tue, 01 Apr 2003 00:17:40 -0600 Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Howdy, It's now well past my bed time, my brain is all muzzy, and I'm this close to giving up on the whole project. Before I do, I have to ask: has *anyone* made Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? In order

Re: Sendmail + Cyrus + Procmail(?) + SpamAssassin

2003-03-31 Thread Rick Fournier
brain is all muzzy, and I'm this close to giving up on the whole project. Before I do, I have to ask: has *anyone* made Sendmail+Cyrus+Procmail+SpamAssassin work? In order of most undesirable to least: 1) Sendmail needs to stay. Switching MTA's isn't something I can do right now. 2) I