[Spambayes] pop3proxy problems

Tim Stone - Four Stones Expressions tim at fourstonesExpressions.com
Sat Apr 12 20:22:51 EDT 2003

Wow.  Haven't seen that one before.  Lemme have a gander at the code and see 
if I can see anything... - TimS

4/12/2003 4:24:22 PM, Greg Thomas <Greg at TheThomasHome.co.uk> wrote:

>SpamBayes was recommended to me, so I thought I'd give it a go on my
>Win2K PC. I downloaded and installed Python 2.2, downloaded and
>installed version 2.5 of the email package, and renamed away the old
>one. I then installed spambayes-1.0a2 and downloaded pop3proxy.
>I followed the instructions, and created a bayescustomize.ini with a
>pop3proxy_servers: entry, but that failed ("pop3proxy_servers &
>pop3proxy_ports are different lengths!") so I added a 
>pop3proxy_ports: 110 line too. That seemed to get the pop3proxy going
>But, when I tried to access the UI on http://localhost:8880/ I just
>get the following error in Mozilla:
>500 Server error
>Traceback (most recent call last):
>  File "c:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\spambayes\Dibbler.py", line 398, in 
>    getattr(plugin, name)(**params)
>  File "pop3proxy.py", line 706, in onHome
>    self.html.findMessage)
>  File "c:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\spambayes\PyMeldLite.py", line 710, in 
>    raise AttributeError, "No element or attribute named %r" % name
>AttributeError: No element or attribute named 'findMessage'
>I've double checked just about everything, but can't see what I'm
>doing wrong. I've never used Python before, so I'd be grateful fro any
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>Spambayes at python.org

c'est moi - TimS

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