[Spambayes] Problem with POP3 Proxy
Didier.Morandi at freesurf.fr
Fri Apr 9 02:21:36 EDT 2004
Let me add my two cents here.
I actually did that yesterday at a Customer's place. He was using Outlook
I went to the mail server choice, and changed pop.free.fr to localhost (without
any port numbers). Then I called the WEB interface via the icon in the menu bar
(Windows XP) and entered pop.free.fr as the incoming server name and 110 as the
port (default value).
Then I called Outlook and Bob became suddenly my Uncle (I love that expression).
What is less evident is the training part. It took me more than half an hour to
find the location of the mail folders. Using SHOW HIDDEN FILES and NO NOT HIDE
SYSTEM AND HIDDEN FILES, I finally found them in an obscure coded directory that
I just cannot remember now, but it is somewhere in a local settings folder of
the user (not the Outlook one, another one).
Then I split my already received mail into two folders manually, JUNK and GOOD,
then quit Outlook Express, then went back to the SpamBayes WEB interface and
trained it with both folders. That's it
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : spambayes-bounces at python.org
> [mailto:spambayes-bounces at python.org] De la part de Tony Meyer
> Envoyé : vendredi 9 avril 2004 04:29
> À : hcarter at tiv.com; spambayes at python.org
> Objet : RE: [Spambayes] Problem with POP3 Proxy
> > I have Eudora and I am trying to setup the proxy.
> > How do I set the spambayes proxy to
> > authenticate to the mail server?
> You need to:
> 1. Go to the configuration page of the SpamBayes web
> interface and enter
> in your POP3 server's name in the top box, and a port
> (probably 110) in the
> second one. I suspect that you have done this already.
> 2. In Eudora, choose "Options" from the "Tools" menu, and click the
> "Checking mail" icon on the left.
> 3. Change the value in the "Mail server" box to "localhost".
> (This is with Eudora 6.0, but I don't think it's changed for
> some time).
> And that should be all that you need to do. If you tell
> Eudora to check for
> new mail, it should go via SpamBayes, rather than directly to the mail
> =Tony Meyer
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