Cyrus (Sieve) and external programs
psilva at onesource.pt
Tue May 29 05:16:37 EDT 2018
Thanks for your answer.
Actually I would like to set up a system were a user would move his
messages to a spam folder, and by doing so, the message would be sent to
the spam learning system.
Ive seen something like this in other distributions (eg.:
https://wiki.dovecot.org/HowTo/AntispamWithSieve) I was just wondering
if the same is possible with cyrus or cyrus sieve.
On 28-05-2018 15:59, Sven Schwedas wrote:
> On 2018-05-28 16:41, Pedro silva wrote:
>> I'm trying to set up a spam learning system, and I would like to pipe
>> email places in (for example) the SPAM folder to an external program.
>> I have cyrus 2.4.17
>> Does any one know how or if this is possible in cyrus (or sieve)?
> If you want to (read only) process data already received to train your
> spam filter, just use the individual mail files in cyrus' spool.
> If you want to act on mails being received and possibly delete/redirect
> them, you normally want hook into your MTA, not cyrus/sieve.
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