[Spambayes] Re: IMAP
frank.horowitz at csiro.au
Mon Apr 7 03:23:58 EDT 2003
On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 22:49, spambayes-request at python.org wrote:
> Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 15:47:57 +0100
> From: Oliver Maunder <lists at olivermaunder.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: [Spambayes] IMAP
> To: spambayes at python.org
> Message-ID: <3E8D9B1D.6020400 at olivermaunder.co.uk>
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> Tim Stone - Four Stones Expressions wrote:
> >> want an IMAP solution!
> >When I joined this mailing list and started talking about a Lotus Notes
> >integration. This project was the first open source project I'd ever
> >participated in, and Tim Peters helped me tremendously early on by letting me
> >know that in open source, you get to scratch your own itch <wink>. So...
> >don't look for an IMAP proxy from me anytime soon...
> Point taken, and entirely agreed with :-)
> As I said yesterday, I've been mulling over doing an IMAP app myself,
> but haven't got round to starting anything yet. If anyone else (Tony?)
> gets there quicker, then I will certainly do my share of testing and fixing.
Someone on this list suggested earlier having a look at imapspambegone,
an IMAP front end for SpamAssassin. I can vouch that imapspambegone ( or
isbg for short: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/imapspambegone ) looks
like a decent place to start hacking an IMAP front end for spambayes.
In private email with isbg's author (Roger Binns), he I) expressed a
willingness to consider patches to isbg's code that would integrate
spambayes, and II) suggested that if there were a command line version
of spambayes (hammiefilter?) that produced return codes that could
distinguish between spam, unsure, and ham, isbg already could deal with
spambayes via isbg's --sasave and --satest command-line arguments.
If I weren't in the throes of moving house I'd have a quick hack at this
myself. Otherwise, any takers?
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