On Tue, 3 Jan 2006 07:26:07 -0800, "Charles J. Boening" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> You would probably want to use maildrop to do this. You could do it at
> a domain level or user level.
> In a user .qmail or the domain .qmail-default, you'd call maildrop
> |maildrop mailfilter
> Then you'd have a mailfilter file, in the same directory as the .qmail
> file, that looks similar to this:
> import EXT
> import HOST
> import HOME
> import FROM
> MAILDIRQUOTA=`~vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo -q [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> if ((/^X-Spam-Flag:.*YES/))
> `test -d ./Maildir/.SPAM`
> if( $RETURNCODE == 1 )
> `maildirmake ./Maildir/.SPAM;chown -R vpopmail.vchkpw
> to "./Maildir/.SPAM/"
> to "./Maildir/"
> I'm not totally sure about doing it in the .qmail-default. I think you
> could and then if the mail isn't spam, just don't do anything with the
> message. In that case, the call to vdelivermail should be called as
> normal and deliver the message.
You'd need maildrop to return a specific code letting vdelivermail know that it
still needs to deliver it.
> I prefer to filter per user and then have my users access their
> potential spam via webmail. Seems to be working for me. My users like
> not getting tons of junk that they have to download and delete anyway.
> I also have scripts that clean all tagged messages older than 7 days.
> That way if a user doesn't want to, they don't have to check their spam
> on the server and the server drives don't overflow with junk. :)
> Good luck,
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 5:49 AM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: [vchkpw] All e-mails tagged from Spamassassin
>> automatically in a differentdirectory
>> I'm using qmail with vpopmail and simscan. Via simscan I'm
>> using Spamassassin 3.1. Is there any possibility to move any
>> incoming mails, which are tagged by sa, in a special
>> directory for that perticular domain? Or is this a qmail question?