[Spambayes] Re: imapfilter mangling headers!
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Apr 17 11:03:40 EDT 2003
Tim Stone - Four Stones Expressions <tim at fourstonesExpressions.com> writes:
> Keeping in mind that this is still classified as alpha level software... We
> are currently writing the documentation so you don't have to discover this
> stuff for yourself, and the configuration prog so you can do this through your
> browser. It will modify a file named bayescustomize.ini, which is where your
> Options.py modifications should go.
> At any rate, you should probably refrain from
> using the filter on your production mailbox until we figure out what happened
> when it looked at your system. To quote a post from a few days ago: "IMAP
> seems to be a really flukey kind of interface, and until it's been used
> on lots of imap servers, by lots of people, I won't be convinced that it's
> really correct."
See, what happened was that I got back from my travels and finally
decided to apply some of the very helpful advice I'd gotten about how
to set up server-side filtering. A post by you said:
``You should start by reading
http://spambayes.sourceforge.net/applications.html. There is a
link to a page called "guide to integrating hammie with your
mailer" on that page that should give you some good starting
Which I did. I followed the link, which actually led to
which told me all about imapfilter.py... which I guess is a new thing
that wasn't around a few weeks ago when you gave me these directions?
Anyway, if I should start somewhere else, please let me know. I
think that with some work I could create mbox files of the IMAP
messages I have classified if I have to.
BTW, it appears that one or the other of my mailers actually deleted
the messages that imapfilter marked as deleted as it moved things
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