IMAP Spam Begone – remote email spam filtering using spamassassin

Do you need to filter spam email on your IMAP account, but can’t do it on the email server and your client software (mutt? ;)) won’t provide that capability?

meet IMAP Spam Begone

a nifty python script that uses spamassassin to remotely mark (and optionally move/delete) spam mail over IMAP.
it can also use spam/ham folders to teach your spamassassin 😉

Available in gentoo:
[*] mail-filter/isbg
Available versions: (~)0.99-r1
Description: IMAP Spam Begone: a script that makes it easy to scan an IMAP inbox for spam using SpamAssassin

usage instructions here:

some example commands I’m using:

# to check for spam: --imaphost [HOST] --imapuser [EMAIL] --delete --noreport --spamc
# to teach spamassassin: --imaphost [HOST] --imapuser [EMAIL] --noreport --teachonly --learnspambox INBOX.spam --learnhambox --spamc

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posted in general, gentoo by wired

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