Filtering SPAM with Fetchmail
Date: 21 Sep 2003 13:05:23 -0700
Is it possible to setup detailed Rules with Fetchmail? The Evolution
1.4 rules just don't seem to be cutting it. I'm getting bombarted
with those Microsoft Update messages (I know, they're not from MS, but
they're just as annoying as Windows), and the message sizes are
between 153K and 155K. I setup a filter to delete all messages At
Least 152K or At Most 156K, but each time I save the filter, the
values go to 0K.
Anyway, my theory is if I can use fetchmail with filters to pull all
messages to my local box, then I can POP3 into my local box and
retrieve the post-filtered messages.
Any other ideas?? Other then the filters, I LOVE Evolution... but I
might start moving to Mozilla Mail if I can't get this figured out.
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