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Procmail/SpamAssassin - How to move SPam marked messages to an imap folder

Posted on 2006-11-16
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I tried to setup a rule on procmail to move the SPAM marked messages that were marked by SpamAssassin with the following code

MAILDIR=$HOME

:0:
* ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
spam

It created a file named spam, but what I wanted was IMAP folder that can be browsed by any imap client

Can that be done?

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i have the same setting and i can read with any imap client. yo need to specify the folder maybe

/home/username/mbox/spam
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