[Dovecot] Antispam plugin custom behavior?
hugo.monteiro at fct.unl.pt
Wed Jun 11 19:33:40 EEST 2008
Kyle Wheeler wrote:
> On Wednesday, June 11 at 05:51 PM, quoth Juan Asensio Sánchez:
>> The anispam plugin does exactly what you need, and you could forget
>> the cron script. If you use SpamAssassin, you could add a rule to
>> Sieve to move the Spam messages when they arrives to the Spam folder.
>> If a user moves a message from Spam folder to any other folder, then
>> the message is considered a false possitive (when this move is
>> detected you could run sa-learn inmediatly, without the cron script);
>> the other way, when a user moves a message INTO the spam folder you
>> could run again the sa-learn script, but with different parameters.
> Well, for one thing, this is different behavior than what my users are
> used to, and I'd rather not have to re-explain how things work and
> deal with confusion about the difference in behavior.
> Plus, unless I misunderstand the antispam plugin (quite possible), it
> doesn't *alter* the message when you remove it from the Spam folder
> --- because if it did, that could confuse IMAP clients that expect
> messages not to change when moved.
No different behaviour for the end user. Your user could continue to
drag&drop messages in/out of the designated Spam folder. The only
different, which is not visible to the end user, is that the retrain of
false positives is activated by pulling the messages out of the Spam
folder, rather than having to specifically put it in a Ham folder. That
said, they can continue to use the Ham folder as a placebo. ;)
Out of curiosity, why would you need to alter the message when moving it
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