Never heard of one before but since there are already lots of SPAM filters
written in Perl it may be a lot easier to adapt one of them to use IMAP as
it's source with the Mail:IMAPClient or Net::IMAP::Simple module or even
just nick the rulesets.
Of course if you know lots more Java than Perl then it won't be at all
On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 02:12:07PM +0000, Joe Desbonnet wrote:
> Finally got around to dealing with my ongoing spam problem. I've started
> working on a Java based email agent that accesses your mailbox via IMAP and
> starts looking for spam (configurable criteria) and moving it all into a
> spam folder.
>> The difference in this approach to anyother I've seen is that it's a user
> agent. So it does not require access to sendmail (or whatever mail system
> handles your email) config files.
>> If anyone is interested in this let me know (or if anyone knows that this
> has already been done and I'm wasting my time .. let me know too).
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