[Spambayes] Using Spambayes w/ Eudora

Tony Lownds tony-bayes at lownds.com
Mon Jan 13 22:49:04 EST 2003

At 1:22 PM +1100 1/14/03, Anthony Baxter wrote:
>What about using multiple virtual loopback interfaces?,
>, &c, and making pop3proxy use getpeername() to look up
>what address it is you've called?

This approach is working great, and no getpeername() call is needed. 
I have a startup script that sets everything up, I even have the 
actual POP traffic tunneled over ssh.

Here is my startup script:

------- SpamBayes.command ---------
ulimit -s 2048
cd ~/spambayes
sudo ifconfig lo0 inet add
ssh -N -L 1110: tony at server1.com &
ssh -N -L 1111: tony at server2.com &
sudo python pop3proxy.py

And the relevant lines from bayescustomize.ini:

pop3proxy_ports =,
pop3proxy_servers = localhost:1110, localhost:1111

The diff to pop3proxy.py is attached.

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