Yes, i have this configuration in Postfix, but i try the other solution to
catch spam messages to teach spamassassin.
Enviado el: 23/12/05 23:20
Asunto: Re: [maildropl] Problem with maildroprc
On 12/23/2005 10:14 pm, juanmi wrote:
> Thanks for your quickly answer, i try explain my problem.
> My Mail Server is this:
> Debian Sarge (updated)
> Postfix 2.1.5-9
> Maildrop 1.6.3
> The code try move all messages with false direction. The Spammer send
> domain with non-existent accounts for example (juanmi@... is
> existent but no 3djuanmi@...) I need move the mail to
> 3djuanmi@... to the mailbox spam@... I will have a
> with all spam to non-exisatant accounts with this solution and i will
> teach spamassassin.
Wouldn't you rather configure Postfix to reject mail sent to nonexistent
users? It might be better to do it that way.
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On 12/23/2005 10:24 pm, juanmi wrote:
> Yes, i have this configuration in Postfix, but i try the other solution to
> catch spam messages to teach spamassassin.
Things will work better if each user can send their spams to a "LearnAsSpam"
folder in their own Maildir.
I used the instructions I found here:
If you collect spams sent to non-existent users, it won't work as well because
non-existent users don't get legitimate mail.
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