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In message CJELIEBEFNCJAOMOOMNNOEFOCKAA.email@example.com, "Les Mikesell"
I have MimeDefang/SpamAssassin scanning for spam on our internet
gateway but it tags rather than rejecting the identified messages.
Has anyone come up with a reasonable way to handle spam on the
way into RT? Can it be filtered into a different queue based on
the X-Spam-Score: header added by MimeDefang or would it be better
to intercept before it goes into RT at all, perhaps dumping into a
mailbox that someone scans occasionally.
We just run the email through procmail before sending it to RT. Procmail
dumps the emails that tag high enough as spam.
Ted Cabeen http://www.pobox.com/~secabeen firstname.lastname@example.org
Check Website or Keyserver for PGP/GPG Key BA0349D2 email@example.com
"I have taken all knowledge to be my province." -F. Bacon firstname.lastname@example.org
"Human kind cannot bear very much reality."-T.S.Eliot email@example.com
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