On Sun, 2004-05-30 at 15:40, Hannes Mayer wrote:
> hmm, something outlook can't do? :)
Well, when my clients switch to linux and evolution, pink rabbits from
Mars already rule the world for 100 years *g* ;-)
That is funny!
That was the best option for my company and the customers. So they
total control of their mail and if they miss an important false detection
we cannot be held liable.
I understand that.
I just had another idea. What if the customers move missed spam to a
special folder in openwebmail (~/mail/MISSEDSPAM) ?
openwebmail will make a similar file as procmail does, so the customers -
if they think they get too much missed spam - can move missed spam to that
folder which will be fed to the learning engine once a week. I think that
is an acceptable solution for all people involved.
That is a good idea. Like I said make sure they just move them over and
don't forward them.
Should work well.
Scot L. Harris <webid(a)cfl.rr.com>