On Tue, Aug 24, 2004 at 12:50:39PM +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> But what exactly does the script for "S" do?
> It seems to suggest piping to sa-learn,
> which I would have thought would be extremely slow
> if repeated 4000 times.
Thats exactly what it does. It's meant for the odd spam that gets past
my filters, not a large mailbox full of them.
> Also, what do you mean by "the correct folders"?
+spam or +ham. I've changed that to 'appropriate folders'.
> Basically, if I could just pressn"S" or "H" and the message went
> to a specified folder that would be fine.
The taggging solution given by Brendan is probably the easiest way to do
Alternativley you could pipe all the messages through spamassassin and
sort the mail using X-Spam-Status to get rid of a lot of them.
This is left as an exercise for the reader.
Hint: formail -s procmail <procmailrc>
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