[Spambayes] Looking for Turn-Key Solution

Michael N. Nitabach michael.nitabach at yale.edu
Tue Dec 9 12:54:08 EST 2003

I would like to implement the following system, and am hoping that there might be some existing turn-key solution available. If not, I would potentially be willing to try to learn some Python and implement something myself.

Here is the automated server system I want to implement:

(1) My server receives e-mail from my ISP by having my ISP redirect all incoming mail to my server.

(2) My server filters all incoming e-mail using Spambayes.

(3) Only the e-mail that is below a chosen spam probability gets redirected to another e-mail address.

As far as I can tell, it seems like what I am looking for is an SMTP server that can be configured to redirect incoming mail, but only after filtering by Spambayes has occurred, and only conditionally based upon the spam probability. Incidentally, the purpose of this would be to allow me to filter incoming e-mails using Spambayes before pushing them to my Blackberry wireless e-mail device.

Any thoughts and/or suggestions would be appreciated.

Michael N. Nitabach, Ph.D., J.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology
Yale University School of Medicine
(203) 737-2939
mnitabach at acedsl.com

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