Re: Looking for a "friendly" e-mail service
- Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2018 08:49:22 -0600
- From: John Hasler <jhasler@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Looking for a "friendly" e-mail service
> No for everything that clamav gives a clean bill of health, it tells
> kmail to go get the mail when a mailfile in /var/mail is closed after
> procmail writes it there. Kmail looks at the headers and if spamd said
> it was spam, sorts it to the spam folder. procmail takes care of the
> viri so kmail never sees it at all.
> If not spam, it gets sorted into the appropriate mail folder by kmail.
> All triggered by inotifywait exiting with the name of the file, bash
> then takes the correct action and restarts inotifywait, all in a
> millisecobd or so. That bash script I called mailwatcher.
You've reinvented parts of Mailagent and Exim.
Elmwood, WI USA