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Wed Apr 2 14:51:29 EST 2003
Tim Stone - Four Stones Expressions wrote:
>There currenly is no imap proxy in spambayes. It is a documented feature
>request, but nobody has picked it up as of yet. I think the problem
>(certainly from my point of view) is that imap servers to test against are not
>nearly as common as pop3 servers.
I was going to have a look at this because I use IMAP, but haven't got
round to it, and quite probably never will.
With IMAP, you don't really need a proxy. You can use a standalone
program to filter the mail into the correct folders, and the messages
will appear in the right place in any IMAP client. Because the folders
are on the server, you can even do automatic training independent of any
If anyone fancies doing this, IMAPSpamBeGone
(http://www.rogerbinns.com/isbg) might be a good jumping off point. It's
an IMAP front-end for SpamAssassin, written in Python, so should be
relatively easy to adapt for SpamBayes.
>c'est moi - TimS
>There are 10 kinds of people in the world:
> those who understand binary,
> and those who don't.
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