cyrus and ifile - a good fit?
john at calva.com
Tue May 13 02:41:01 EDT 2003
Like many people I'm being buried under the incoming tide of SPAM.
I've got various measures in place (heuristics in sieve; some of the
less absolutist DNS blackholes in my sendmail config).
They are by no means 100% successful.
I'm toying with the idea of some kind of learning filtering system.
It looks to me like ifile http://www.nongnu.org/ifile/ could be a
pretty good fit with Cyrus imap. It could learn what is spam simply
by where I file a message.
This could be done by putting calls to ifile into the code where
messages are filed into folders.
A sieve extension would be used to file into the most appropriate folder,
based on the ifile database.
Anyone else looked at this?
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