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Procmail


If you use procmail you can easily have spam moved into its own folder with:



#
# Use Spam Assassin
#
:0fw
| spamassassin
:0:
* ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
.Spam.Spam-`date +%Y-%m`/

Also, to have spamassassin learn from both examples of spam and from examples of non-spam (ham), within your mutt mail reading tool, you can add the following to /home/kayon/.muttrc:



# spamassassin classify as spam
macro index X "|/usr/bin/sa-learn --spam"
macro pager X "|/usr/bin/sa-learn --spam"
# spamassassin classify as ham
macro index H "|/usr/bin/sa-learn --ham"
macro pager H "|/usr/bin/sa-learn --ham"
# rebuild the spamassassin bayes filter db
macro index B "!/usr/bin/sa-learn --rebuild"


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