Hi Justin,

On Mon, March 31, 2003 12:54 pm, "Justin Heesemann" said:
> On Monday 31 March 2003 09:01, Robin Bowes wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Has anyone got much experience using bogofilter with vpopmail?
>> I'm looking into implementing it but not having much look.
>> Here's what I've got so far:
>> In /home/vpopmail/domains/robinbowes.com/robin/.qmail:
>> |condredirect robin-bogo-spam /usr/bin/bogofilter
>> ./Maildir/
>> In /home/vpopmail/domains/robinbowes.com/robin/.qmail-bogo-spam:
>> ./Maildir/.Spam.unverified
> at least you should add a / to that line. and use maildirmake to create
> .Spam.unverified

That's a typo - I have the trailing slash in my .qmail-xxx file, and I did
use maildirmake to create the Maildir (or perhaps I created it from a MUA
via Courier-IMAP - either way it's created correctly!)

> furthermore you might want to try move the .qmail-bogo-spam  file to
> /home/vpopmail/domains/robinbowes.com/.qmail-bogo-spam
> and move the .qmail file to
> /home/vpopmail/domains/robinbowes.com/.qmail-robin

Would this catch everything delivered to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

> I'm using bogofilter but instead of moving mail to some other Maildir, i'm
> using the -p option to add a X-Bogosity Header and have my MUA filter it
> (Outlook Express can't but most others can filter userdefined headers)

I'd be happy to consider that approach, in fact, when I get round to it, I
intend integrating bogofilter into qmail to process messages for my whole
server instead of just me, and then using maildrop to filter the
X-Bogosity-tagged messages.

There are two things stopping me:

1. I need to install a patched version of qmail. I'm currently running
1.03 vanilla.

2. I've previously struggled with maildrop and vpopmail, and haven't made
the time to bottom it out.

I'll give your suggestions a go.


Robin Bowes | http://robinbowes.com

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