|From :fabri (puccibox_at_libero.it) posted on 23/11/2003 04:03|
is it posible to manage user pref via webuserprefs interface?
|From :Joe Boyce (joe_at_joeboyce.com) posted on 04/12/2003 02:41|
You can have your users manage this via a web based system, yes. Here's how I do it.
Have SpamAssassin installed to support user preferences via a MySQL database. See http://eu.spamassassin.org/full/2.6x/dist/sql/README
for more information on that.
Download and install http://webuserprefs.pipegrep.net/index.php
For our ISP, our users can go to that page, login which authenticates off of POP3, then manage their own settings.
|From :Russ L (khsweb_at_idaho.tds.net) posted on 05/12/2003 06:56|
More of a question than a comment, but I have implimented this step by step and it doesn't seem to work. According to the log file, it scans it with the correct prefs file but doesn't tag the file header or subject line. Any ideas?
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|From :Tom (tom at bitpull.org) posted on 31/12/2003 16:16|
Russ, you're right. This setup doesnt work. :-(
First you have to use preline to exec code in a .qmail-file. man dot-qmail(!)
Second is that the output of spamc isn't piped correct for further use in vmaildeliver.
Anyway, before breaking your head to solve this issues, use one of these setups to reach your goal:
|From :Matt () posted on 22/01/2004 13:10|
Unfortunately this setup only works with the exact versions of the software that I stated at the top of the howto.
Hopefully Sylvestre will update his patch to work with the latest version of qmail-scanner??
|From :Rick Updegrove (rickupusa hotmail com at at at) posted on 10/05/2005 21:07|
This setup *does* work without the need for the overhead and complication of procmail. However, I use the full paths and as ton at pitbull mentiond you need the following syntax changes:
| /var/qmail/bin/preline /usr/local/bin/spamc -u "$DEFAULT"@"$HOST" | /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail ''
| /var/qmail/bin/preline /usr/local/bin/spamc -u "$EXT"@"$HOST" | /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox
|From :gollum123 (gollum123[at]free.fr) posted on 11/06/2005 19:04|
.qmail-user doesn't exist by itself. "user" must be changed by the user account.
.qmail-default works for everyone (no need for qmail-user )
|From :Blow Job (BlowJob_at_gmail.com) posted on 19/04/2007 19:14|
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