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Old 25th February 2007, 16:15
aramyegenian aramyegenian is offline
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Here's what I have in my /etc/maildroprc , it might be useful for you. watch the logfile for errors. fyi, it doesn't check if a Junk folder exists, because i have another script that creates the Junk folder each time a new mailbox is created. and spamassassin uses the "s" letter to designate the spam score.

logfile "/var/log/maildroprc.log"
JUNK=$DEFAULT/.Junk
log "Maildir home: $HOME"
log "Username: $LOGNAME"
log "Mailbox: $DEFAULT"
log "Junk folder: $JUNK"
# if more than 5 s letters dump it in the junk folder
if (/.*SpamScore: sssss*/)
{
log "**JUNK**"
to "$JUNK"
}
else
{
to "$DEFAULT"
}
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