Quoting Kenn Humborg <kenn at bluetree.ie>:
> Have you tried this? I think you're jumping to conclusions by saying:
> > the problem that spamassassin has in reading in from these
> > directly is with the following folder header
>> I can't see why sa-learn should treat the "magic" first message
> specially. It's just a standard email message that happens to have
> an X-IMAP header that uw-imapd's (or maybe its cclient library) uses.
>> Make the following mboxes:
>> o one with only the "special" mesage
> o one with only a normal message
> o one with only two normal messages
> o one with both special and normal
>> Run them all through sa-learn --mbox and post your results.
> > Am i missing something, can sa-learn handle the extra imap folder data
> > correctly, or is it that I'll just have to stick with creating a
> > temporary file
> > that contains the mbox without the extra imap folder and feed the
> > temp mbox
> > into sa-learn and then delete it.
looks like my earlier assessment was right I was missing something. Just what
it was I managed to do wrong so many times eludes me for the moment
When through your suggestions, sa-learn is working perfectly fine, it was just
a case of PEBKAC all the time.
*wanders off to hammer head against wall many many many times*
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