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Old 02-10-2008, 01:08 AM
Alex Samad
 
Default domain wide spam email address

Hi

I want to set up an email address where for my domain, were users can send spam
emails to and they will be added to the spam DB.

I use exim and spamassassin. All my spam processing gets done as user
spamassassin, so I thought I could just process all mails sent to spamassassin
as spam with a procmail rule like

#
# Record it as spam
:0 fw
| /usr/bin/sa-learn --spam


but then I realised how do I get it to ignore the senders address (because it
will be one of my addresses and I don't when then blacklisted ?)


how do other people setup site wide spam addresses
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Old 02-10-2008, 10:08 AM
Peter Teunissen
 
Default domain wide spam email address

On 10-feb-2008, at 3:08, Alex Samad wrote:


Hi

I want to set up an email address where for my domain, were users
can send spam

emails to and they will be added to the spam DB.

I use exim and spamassassin. All my spam processing gets done as user
spamassassin, so I thought I could just process all mails sent to
spamassassin

as spam with a procmail rule like

#
# Record it as spam
:0 fw
| /usr/bin/sa-learn --spam


but then I realised how do I get it to ignore the senders address
(because it

will be one of my addresses and I don't when then blacklisted ?)

in stead of using a mailaddress, I simply created a shared folder, so
users can drag spam into it to have it processed. You'd probably need
something like uwimap of cyrus to do that however. Since you don't
mention a MDA, I guess you use something like maildir and I don't
know how you're supposed to make shared mail folders then. Others may
be of more help there.






HTH,


Peter

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Old 02-10-2008, 06:55 PM
Alex Samad
 
Default domain wide spam email address

On Sun, Feb 10, 2008 at 12:08:16PM +0100, Peter Teunissen wrote:
>
> On 10-feb-2008, at 3:08, Alex Samad wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> I want to set up an email address where for my domain, were users can
>> send spam
>> emails to and they will be added to the spam DB.
>>
>> I use exim and spamassassin. All my spam processing gets done as user
>> spamassassin, so I thought I could just process all mails sent to
>> spamassassin
>> as spam with a procmail rule like
>>
>> #
>> # Record it as spam
>> :0 fw
>> | /usr/bin/sa-learn --spam
>>
>>
>> but then I realised how do I get it to ignore the senders address
>> (because it
>> will be one of my addresses and I don't when then blacklisted ?)
>>
> in stead of using a mailaddress, I simply created a shared folder, so
> users can drag spam into it to have it processed. You'd probably need
> something like uwimap of cyrus to do that however. Since you don't
> mention a MDA, I guess you use something like maildir and I don't know
> how you're supposed to make shared mail folders then. Others may be of
> more help there.

i thought procmail was the mda, but i could be wrong.

the reason i am looking at this now, is i have just installed the horde frame
work, they provide the concept of a spam email address also a ham address as
well.


the tools currently being used are mutt, squirrelmail, horde/imp, exim,
procmail, spamassassin (rayzor and ++) and grey listing


because of the different type of programmes being used a shared directory is
really the way to go I think ?



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> HTH,
>
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> Peter
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