On Tue, Aug 24, 2004 at 10:11:02AM +0100, Brian Brazil wrote:
> Pressing 'S' will run it through sa-learn --spam nad move it to the
> 'spam' folder. Pressing 'H' will sa-learn --ham and copy it to the
> 'ham' folder.
i just use this:
macro index S "s~/Mail/sa\r"
macro pager S "s~/Mail/sa\r"
and then have sa-learn run through it every night via cron:
sa-learn --spam $HOME/Mail/sa/new; rm $HOME/Mail/sa/new/*
~/Mail/sa is in maildir format:
if it was in mailbox format, just do this in cron:
sa-learn --spam --mbox $HOME/Mail/sa; cat /dev/null > $HOME/Mail/sa
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