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  1. KMail and non-blocking mail filtering

    Hello,
    I use kmail with spamassassin for mail filtering. I set up two filters, first
    of them pipes message through `spamc` command. And it is extremely slow
    (possibly by looking to internet databases) - while processing e-mail kmail
    is not responding, even not redrawing its screen.
    I have searched the net and found only 4 things:
    - use spamc, not spamassassin (but I do)
    - disable network spamassassin lookups (I don't want to)
    - use fetchmail to fetch mail (but then why do I need kmail, if every part of
    it will eventually fall in category - use different tool)
    - kmail will eventually implement non-blocking mail filtering (I still wait
    for this as the most reasonable solution. In my opinion messages should be
    processed in parallel, without waiting, then woken up after processing
    finished).

    What do you think about it? Do you have any extra information?

    Best regards,
    Robert

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  2. Re: KMail and non-blocking mail filtering

    Le Samedi 10 Décembre 2005 10:47, Robert Gomułka a
    écrit*:
    > Hello,
    > I use kmail with spamassassin for mail filtering. I set up two filters,
    > first of them pipes message through `spamc` command. And it is
    > extremely slow (possibly by looking to internet databases) - while
    > processing e-mail kmail is not responding, even not redrawing its
    > screen.
    > I have searched the net and found only 4 things:
    > - use spamc, not spamassassin (but I do)
    > - disable network spamassassin lookups (I don't want to)
    > - use fetchmail to fetch mail (but then why do I need kmail, if every
    > part of it will eventually fall in category - use different tool)
    > - kmail will eventually implement non-blocking mail filtering (I still
    > wait for this as the most reasonable solution. In my opinion messages
    > should be processed in parallel, without waiting, then woken up after
    > processing finished).
    >
    > What do you think about it? Do you have any extra information?
    >


    It is a long standing issue, see*:
    http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=41514


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