I tried this way, but it didn't work for me for some reason.

Here is how I got it to work a little while ago....

1. install Safecat (http://www.nb.net/~lbudney/linux/software/safecat.html)
2. edit your mailbox's .qmail file to look like this:

| /usr/bin/spamc -u vpopmail | maildir /path/to/your/maildir


It wasn't hard to implement once I dug around for about an hour and a half and found the solution and obviously this isn't compatible with qmailadmin. The first time you go into qmailadmin and muck around with forwarding, etc. it will overwrite the .qmail file.


On Wednesday, November 27, 2002, at 03:34 PM, Cory Wright wrote:

On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 01:48:59PM -0500, Brendan McAlpine wrote:
Is it possible to use SA on a per user basis within qmail?

I know how to set up SA on a per domain basis, but not all users in the
domain I am setting up want spamassassin. Is there a way to call spamc
from a .qmail file within an individual user's directory?
I have a setup like the following:

[EMAIL PROTECTED] -> /var/vpopmail/domains/example.com/user

Then, in /var/vpopmail/domains/example.com/.qmail-user:

|spamc | /var/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' /var/vpopmail/domains/example.com/user/

If you dont user spamc/spamd then you can do something similar with the
`spamassassin` command.


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