Quinn Comendant wrote:
I'm trying to create an alias that pipes a message to sa-learn. I've created the alias:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]/1 ~]$valias -s strangecode.com | grep spam
[EMAIL PROTECTED] -> |sa-learn --ham --no-sync
[EMAIL PROTECTED] -> |sa-learn --spam --no-sync


That didn't work, so I tried this:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]/1 ~]$valias -s strangecode.com | grep spam
[EMAIL PROTECTED] -> |/root/bin/learnham
[EMAIL PROTECTED] -> |/root/bin/learnspam


And those scripts are something like:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]/1 ~]$cat /root/bin/learnham 
#!/bin/sh
sa-learn --spam --no-sync -D &> /tmp/learnspam.log

And they work fine is fed spam directly...

[EMAIL PROTECTED]/1 ~]$bin/learnspam <<EOF
  
...spam here...
    
EOF

[EMAIL PROTECTED]/1 ~]$head /tmp/learnspam.log
[8532] dbg: logger: adding facilities: all
...
Learned tokens from 1 message(s) (1 message(s) examined)


So I assume I setup the aliases wrong? I tried setting the ownership of the scripts to vpopmail, playing with permissions.

I see the messages I send to [EMAIL PROTECTED] in the queue. (So, a related qmail question: how do I tell what reason a message is in the queue?)

Thanks!
Quinn


  
You would probably find this easier to do with maildrop and mailfilter.

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