On Tuesday 16 September 2008 06:00:53 Kae Verens wrote:
> hi all - I'm looking to forward all identified spam to an email account
> on my mail system, but I'm not using run-of-the-mill /home/$username/
>> I'm using virtual email accounts in postfix, where the mailboxes are
> stored like /home/vmail/$domain/$username/
>> I'm currently using the first filter.sh script here:
>http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/IntegratedSpamdInPostfix>> however, what I really want is to forward all spam to a storage account.
> The second filter.sh script might be what I want, but I can't figure a
> way to get it to work with my email accounts layout.
Why not just mail it into your storage account as long as you can do so
without using SMTP to do it? (e.g. sendmail injection as per the script to
which you have linked)
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