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RMAIL in EMACS

For RMAIL in EMACS and the intermediate beginner trying
to figure out how to use the SpamAssassin headers where
a system, for example a university system, has
SpamAssassin headers appearing on the RMAIL messages in
EMACS there is for some systems a bit of information
that might work at [WWW]
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/ema...mailSpamFilter

For others using RMAIL in EMACS more information needs
to be developed that can be understood by the
intermediate beginner type of user.
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Spam filtering for Rmail is part of Emacs 22.
* http://www.deas.harvard.edu/climate/...l-spam-filter/

Contents

1. Tips
1. Automatically process X-Spam-Flag headers
2. Spamassassin headers
2. Questions

Tips

Automatically process X-Spam-Flag headers

(setq rsf-definitions-alist
'(((from . "") (to . "") (subject . "")
(contents . "X-Spam-Flag: YES")
(action . output-and-delete))))

Spamassassin headers

For Rmail users where spamassassin headers appear on messages
already, here are hints,
tips, pointers about how to filter...

http://www.cites.uiuc.edu/antispam/overview.html - Personal Spam
Policies
Tag and Cautious Aggressive No
Quarantine
Deliver
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Not Spam | delivered delivered delivered delivered
Likely Spam | delivered quarantined quarantined delivered
Certain Spam | delivered quarantined deleted deleted
Known Virus | deleted deleted deleted deleted

http://www.math.uconn.edu/itresources/spam_filter.php - Filtering

Questions

- What are the existing sorting commands in Rmail, in Emacs that
can be used to sort SpamAssassin headers already on messages?...
Dunno what you mean.

- How do you set up a quarantine file for spam that can be checked
later for any possible false positives?...
Please see rsf-file (which is where spam can be stored). Just put
action to output-and-delete to use that feature.

- How do you set a white list of favorite correspondents?... - don
warner saklad
you have rsf-white-list for that.

- Would there be any way to make it all more clear, step by step
what to do and how to do it?... the explanations appear to be a
level above the intermediate beginner level looked for here.

See also http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/RMAIL

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