Harald Schneider | 12 Dec 13:56 2011

XMail forum moved - pls update your bookmarks


The XMail forum moved from


to


Please update your bookmarks ASAP.


Thank you very much,
Harald










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Davide Libenzi | 14 Dec 19:16 2011

Re: XMail forum moved - pls update your bookmarks

On Mon, 12 Dec 2011, Harald Schneider wrote:

> 
> The XMail forum moved from
> 
> http://xmailforum.homelinux.net
> 
> to
> 
> http://xmailforum.marketmix.com
> 
> Please update your bookmarks ASAP.

Done. Sorry for the delay.

- Davide

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Gary Bainbridge | 20 Dec 17:01 2011
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Filter on 'Subject' line

My ISP has changed its spam detection policy, such that instead of
diverting incoming spam to a different mailbox, it now simply adds the
word 'SPAM:' to the header.

At present I can filter on this basis within my email client, but for
various reasons it would be better to do this within Xmail.

Is there any way within Xmail to detect this addition to the subject line
and use it to divert the email to a 'spam bucket' address.

I can't see any reference to the subject line within the Xmail
documentation.

It's worth mentioning that I have Xmail running on an ARM based server so
I can't make use of any external x86 programs.

        Gary.
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U.Mutlu | 22 Dec 02:13 2011

Re: Filter on 'Subject' line

Simply write a filter script or program, and register it in XMail,
see filters in the doc; or consult a programmer to do it for you.

Gary Bainbridge wrote, On 2011-12-20 17:01:
> My ISP has changed its spam detection policy, such that instead of
> diverting incoming spam to a different mailbox, it now simply adds the
> word 'SPAM:' to the header.
>
> At present I can filter on this basis within my email client, but for
> various reasons it would be better to do this within Xmail.
>
> Is there any way within Xmail to detect this addition to the subject line
> and use it to divert the email to a 'spam bucket' address.
>
> I can't see any reference to the subject line within the Xmail
> documentation.
>
> It's worth mentioning that I have Xmail running on an ARM based server so
> I can't make use of any external x86 programs.
>
>          Gary.
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