I'm using ISPConfig with the Ubuntu setup, and would like to know how I can train the Spamassasin filter since it catches hardly anything at the moment.
I get 400+ Spam mails per day and it is really getting on my nervs.
I use mainly IMAP with Kontakt/Kmail on client side.
This to be able to have server based mail folders to also enable webmail.
On the client side I have sorted spam mail into a sub folder, and would like to train spamassasin with those mails.
So I logged on to the server and go to the Maildir folder, and can only find mail in the 'cur' folder.
But they are not sorted into sub folder but are all in one folder with very odd and sometimes very long names.
Here is a couple of examples:
Hostname part replaced with: host.domain.net
How can I use sa-learn on this, when I don't knoa what mail is in what folder on IMAP?
A feature that would be nice that I had on Exchange server, if Spamassasin identifies that a mail is Spam, to move it to a certain folder.
This is not that important but more a convenience.
And is there a way to teach Spamassasin on the server from client side?
So when I click the Spam or Ham button in Kmail it will signal Spamassasin on server side?
Well I guess with some advanced scripting but perhaps there is an easy way.
This is not that important either as long as first question is working.