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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.3.0
    • Fix Version/s: 3.0.0
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      Description

      Incorporate support based upon Josh Parreco's contribution.

      See: http://mail-archives.apache.org/eyebrowse/ReadMsg?listName=james-dev@jakarta.apache.org&msgNo=9412

      1. spamcheck.zip
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        Herman Reintke

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        serge Serge Knystautas added a comment -

        Going to take Josh's code, make some improvements including reporting what codes trigger the problem, and hopefully including support for an optional user parameter.

        http://au.spamassassin.org/full/2.6x/dist/spamd/README.spamd

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        serge Serge Knystautas added a comment - Going to take Josh's code, make some improvements including reporting what codes trigger the problem, and hopefully including support for an optional user parameter. http://au.spamassassin.org/full/2.6x/dist/spamd/README.spamd
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        hreintke Herman Reintke added a comment -

        Attached my code for the Spamcheck matcher which uses the Spamassassin
        installed at the same system. As I am not an experienced developer I took he
        easy way and just put the spamcheck.java file in the source directory of my
        local james directory. The standard build from james is then enough to be
        able to use the matcher.

        Configuring is done in the mailet in config.xml
        <mailet match='SpamCheck=c:\utilities\perl\bin\spamassassin -e,c:\temp'
        class="AddHeader">

        Parameters
        First : path to spamassassin.bat (including runtime options !)
        Second : path to directory to put temporary files
        Third : true : remove the temporary file aftercheck,
        false leave the temporary file after check,
        default = true

        Kind regards,

        Herman Reintke

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        hreintke Herman Reintke added a comment - Attached my code for the Spamcheck matcher which uses the Spamassassin installed at the same system. As I am not an experienced developer I took he easy way and just put the spamcheck.java file in the source directory of my local james directory. The standard build from james is then enough to be able to use the matcher. Configuring is done in the mailet in config.xml <mailet match='SpamCheck=c:\utilities\perl\bin\spamassassin -e,c:\temp' class="AddHeader"> Parameters First : path to spamassassin.bat (including runtime options !) Second : path to directory to put temporary files Third : true : remove the temporary file aftercheck, false leave the temporary file after check, default = true Kind regards, Herman Reintke
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        norman Norman Maurer added a comment -

        What the status here ? I whould prefer to talk with spamd via socked.

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        norman Norman Maurer added a comment - What the status here ? I whould prefer to talk with spamd via socked.
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        noel Noel J. Bergman added a comment -

        I should have time today to commit Josh's contribution, which uses spamd, to trunk as-is, and then do some clean up.

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        noel Noel J. Bergman added a comment - I should have time today to commit Josh's contribution, which uses spamd, to trunk as-is, and then do some clean up.

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          • Assignee:
            norman Norman Maurer
            Reporter:
            noel Noel J. Bergman
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